Are you having trouble with your overheads? Chances are you aren’t setting up properly. If you don’t prepare correctly, you can send easy overheads into the back fence. Watch a quarterback throw a pass and you’ll notice that he turns his shoulders, cocks the ball behind his ear while using his non-throwing hand for balance, and keeps his feet moving quickly. This is similar to how you should set up to hit your overheads. You should turn your shoulder and take your racquet back behind your head while using your other arm for balance and sight the ball. You also should keep your feet moving so you can make last minute adjustments. Prepare like a quarterback and you’ll score every time on your overhead.