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    In this video from Tennis 15-30, find out how to better anticipate your opponent's shots, and make yourself more successful.

    Muscular balance is a key to injury-free tennis. By exercising both muscles in the front and the back of your body, you can accomplish this goal. In addition, keep in mind that the muscles of the back of the shoulder and upper back are vital in the follow-through phase of the serve and forehand. Both the seated row and bent-over row are great exercises for strengthening the muscles that retract the shoulder blades.

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