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Tip for the day: A great example of solid method on the backhand side. Keep your elbow low and the racket head will naturally lift up above the ball. www.mysquash.com

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„See how open the racket face becomes during the down swing on the forehand.“

„See how open the racket face becomes during the down swing on the forehand.

Use your forefinger to give you more control of the racket.   We often see players 'clubbing' the racket with their finger sat below the thumb. This leads to less control and touch…

Use your forefinger to give you more control of the racket. We often see players 'clubbing' the racket with their finger sat below the thumb.

In order to open up the racket face you need to adjust your wrist position rather than your grip.   From a neutral position you’re able open to make small adjustment to your wrist position and have a significant affect upon the angle of the racket face.   #SquashSkills #psa #psaworldtour #Salming #squash #backhand

In order to open up the racket face you need to adjust your wrist position rather than your grip. From a neutral position you’re able open to make small adjustment to your wrist position and have a significant affect upon the angle of the racket face.

„Great technique here from Marwan. Notice how his shoulder sits under his chin, elbow low & racket head high.“

“Great technique here from Marwan. Notice how his shoulder sits under his chin, elbow low & racket head high.

Understanding where your racket face is and having the ability to be in complete control of it is key to becoming a great squash player...

Understanding where your racket face is and having the ability to be in complete control of it is key to becoming a great squash player.

Quality technique here from Dessouki!  Perfect diamond between shoulder, elbow, wrist and racket head.

Quality technique here from Dessouki! Perfect diamond between shoulder, elbow, wrist and racket head.

Fares has a wonderfully compact swing on both forehand and backhand side.   Here you can see how he keeps the elbow low but reasonably close to his body which means that the racket head naturally lifts up above the ball...

Fares has a wonderfully compact swing on both forehand and backhand side. Here you can see how he keeps the elbow low but reasonably close to his body which means that the racket head naturally lifts up above the ball.

A good example of early preparation and upper body rotation as Daryl approaches the back corner. Use the time you have when travelling from the T to the ball to lift your racket and get into a good body position. Learn more now: https://squashskills.com/squash:playlists #squash #psaworldtour #psa

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One of the all time greats!   Everything about Thierry's body position here is great.   He looks so solid, stable, balanced and prepared as he approaches the ball.   His racket is up early and he is rotated towards the back wall. Think about how you feel when you approach the back corner, does it look like this?

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By keeping your elbow below your wrist during the swing your racket head will naturally lift up above the ball and open up the racket face.  #squash #psa #psaworldtour #technique #Salming

By keeping your elbow below your wrist during the swing your racket head will naturally lift up above the ball and open up the racket face.

Great shot of Greg here highlighting how open the racket face should be during the down sign on the forehand side.   The key is to think about leading the swing with your elbow.

Great shot of Greg here highlighting how open the racket face should be during the down sign on the forehand side. The key is to think about leading the swing with your elbow.

Think about using every inch of the racket and dropping your hand down the grip to extend your reach...

Think about using every inch of the racket and dropping your hand down the grip to extend your reach.

Developing the ability to manipulate the racket face is key to becoming an all round squash player!

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Note how Nick’s foot is planting just as he starts his swing.   This means that at the point of impact his body will be still and stable giving him maximum control of the racket head.  Learn more now: https://squashskills.com/squash:playlists  #squash #psaworldtour #psa

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A great example of the backhand diamond position on the backhand side.  The shoulder, elbow, wrist and racket head create a diamond shape at the beginning of the swing.  Learn more now: https://squashskills.com/squash:playlists  #squash #psaworldtour #psa

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