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Analyzing The Serve

Dr. Ben Kibler, an Orthopaedic Surgeon and an expert in the field of stroke analysis, shares with us his knowledge on how to analyze and optimize the serve to improve your game.

Published August 01, 2014 12:00

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The serve is one of the crucial parts of any player's game, and often the difference between winning and losing. When serving well, it can demonstrate effective and efficient use of the body to generate power and accuracy, whilst even slight tweaks can optimize performance and prevent injury from overuse or poor technique.

Dr. Ben Kibler, an Orthopaedic Surgeon and an expert in the field of stroke analysis, shares with us his knowledge on how to analyze and optimize the serve to improve your game.

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