|Pro Tip: Know the Causes of Tennis Elbow
by Owl Creek Staff
1. Using a racquet with the wrong size grip can cause the player to grip the racquet too tightly, putting excessive stress on the elbow.
2. Hitting the ball "late" on forehand groundstrokes. The contact point should be around six inches in front of your front foot.
3. Griping the racquet incorrectly or hitting "late" on backhand groundstrokes. The contact should be 17 inches out in front of you.
4. Keeping your elbow too far in front of your racquet on volleys (usually on the backhand side.)
5. Not leading with the elbow on serves and overheads. Your elbow should always point in front of the racquet.
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