“I have no adaptation problem; I like to go skating on brick dust,” said Sofia Kenin in New York. After losing in the debut in Rome, his tennis grew in Paris until reaching the final of Roland Garros, the second in his career after consecrate in Australia this year.
But there is something that does not stop attracting attention: its service.
For a tenth of a second, you can see that when throwing the ball, his gaze does not follow it until the end of impact.
It is advisable? Should I modify it?
Despite what the books and other theories say, he no longer visualizes changing the technique: “I think I have already gone through that. Obviously I have had this service throughout my career,” he replied to ESPNTenis.com. “I know that it’s a little different but I’ve had great results with itl. I think it would be pretty bad to start changing things now. But I have already improved my service. I feel like I’m serving well. I think maybe it doesn’t matter how it serves as long as it comes in. Yes .. it worked for me. “