Hi All, Does anyone know if changing grip, say from SW to more Western, would help cure a very minor TE-like ache? I figure that my sw grip requires me to pronate hard, gradually closing the racket face, as the racket travels to front for topspin and this puts so much tension of my arm (the darker side). Thus, causing the ache. Yesterday in my living room, I rotated the grip more to Western, and observed that I would not need to pronate as much to keep the racket face closed. The arm came over to the other side (end of follow-through) like you would use your open hand to pat the shoulder. Is my observation credible? If so, I recommend that those with TE start to think about grip and change it so not to put too much tension, overwork the arm muscles and tendons. However, changing grip is a big deal cuz you might not be dialed in for a while nor your strength might be up for it. So, think about it.