Tennis Serve Pronation Drill
This is an excellent drill for building up the forearm muscles and practicing pronation.
All it requires is a racket and very little room, just a few feet of space.
Here’s how to do it.
Hold your racket in your hitting arm. Your arm should be straight out in front of you with your palm facing up. This is called supination. Simply turn your hand upside down. This will cause the racket to flip from right to left for right-handed players. This is called pronation. Continue alternating between supination and pronation until your forearm tires.
Start with 10 reps and build up to at least 25 without stopping. You can add a racket weight for increased resistance. This is a great exercise to do in the morning and evening – or any free time you have.
You’ll see the improved benefit in your serves and overheads. The tennis serve pronation drill is one drill you’ll want to continually do. It’s easy to do for children as well.