Wrist Extensor Stretch

Wrist Extensor Stretch

The Wrist Extensor Stretch improves flexibility and helps prevent wrist pain of the wrist extensor musculature.

You can encounter wrist pain due to strength deficiencies or overuse when you are working on topspin for groundstrokes or the snap during the serve.

So use the wrist extensor stretch after your training sessions to reduce the risk of wrist injuries, e.g. ganglion, and support the muscle recovery process so you can play again the following day.

Wrist Extensor Stretch Description Summary

Wrist Extensor Stretch
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  1. Flex shoulder to 90˚, extend the elbow, externally rotate the arm, and flex the wrist; fingers point inward
  2. Grab knuckles with the other hand and pull towards the chest
  3. Hold stretch for 45 seconds

Other Stretches For You

Apart from the wrist extensor stretch we have some other stretches for you that target the muscles acting on the shoulder.

Simply click on them to learn more or watch the videos:

Wrist Flexor Stretch
Overhead Triceps Stretch
Overhead Triceps Stretch
Pectoralis Stretch

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In this section we provide you with some more workouts and training tips you may be interested in to optimize your training: