WTA x TopCourt Tutorial: Ajla Tomljanovic on how to hit the perfect backhand 👩‍🏫

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In Ajla’s TopCourt class, she teaches the techniques and varieties of her most dominant shot, the backhand.

She breaks down the importance of having proper distance between your arms and body, having soft wrists to get under the ball, and emphasizes how good posture plays a significant role in the outcome of your shot.

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