How do you swing a hard tennis ball?

To swing a hard tennis ball, there are a few key steps you can follow. First, position yourself correctly. Stand sideways with your non-dominant shoulder facing the net. Next, grip the tennis racket firmly but without squeezing too hard. Hold it with one hand on the handle and the other hand on the throat of the racket. This grip will give you better control and power during your swing. As you prepare to swing, shift your weight to your back foot, bending your knees slightly. This will give you a solid base to generate power. Now comes the swing. Begin by turning your shoulders and hips towards the net, using your non-dominant hand to guide the racket. As you rotate, bring the racket back, keeping your eye on the ball. As the ball comes towards you, step forward with your front foot and swing the racket forward. Aim to hit the ball at the ideal contact point, which is slightly in front of your body and around waist level. This will maximize your power and control. To generate more force, use your whole body by transferring your weight from your back foot to the front foot during the swing. Rotate your hips and shoulders in sync with your swing to utilize the power from your core muscles. Finally, follow through with your swing by extending your arm fully and allowing the racket to continue its motion across your body. This will help you maintain control and add extra power to your shot. Remember, practicing regularly and working on your technique will improve your ability to swing the tennis ball with more speed and force.