1- Hold the racquet at the throat, and then shake hands with the grip. The base index knuckle should be on the flat side bevel.
2- Extend the index finger as in pulling a trigger on a water gun. This is the eastern forehand grip.
1. Hold the racquet in the Continental or Eastern grip.
2. Move your hand a little to the right, so the palm of your hand is under the bottom flat of the racquet grip.
3. Keep your fingers together, just as you would in the Eastern grip.
This grip is more for advanced players, most of the Pro players use it because it gives them a lot of topspin on their shots.