WTA x TopCourt Tutorial: Elina Svitolina teaches how to master the return 👏

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Get ready to master your return with your newest TopCourt coach, Elina Svitolina!

Class proceeds will be donated to the Tennis Plays for Peace Fund. 🇺🇦

Elina has one of the most multi-faceted games on tour. In her class, she shares with you the secrets behind her weapons, including her consistent return of serve and point-ending backhand. When coaching the return, Elina talks about how it is important to stay low and watch the ball closely.

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