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WATCH: Felix Auger-Aliassime shares serving tips
If you've ever wanted to learn from the pros, now is your chance.
Published Aug 14, 2021
Is your serve lacking in power and precision? If so, now is your chance to fix it from a professional. Felix Auger-Aliassime joined the TopCourt family to teach regular players everything about getting better at tennis.
The Canadian shared a teaser of him sharing his serve techniques. With almost 1,300 aces and 75% of first service points won, the 21-year-old is one of the best younger players to learn from. From the grip to the toss, Felix is determined to get the best serve out of every student.
TopCourt was announced as a joint program by the ATP and WTA as an e-learning platform for new and experienced players alike to learn techniques from their favorite players.
Auger-Aliassime was in Toronto for the National Bank Open, but lost in the second round.