I have a question for the experts here. I've been working on making my strokes more consistent. One thing I'm having trouble with is when I initiate the foreswing on my forehand. I'm not having any trouble with the staring position, footwork, low to high, etc. What I'm have an issue with is combining the laid back wrist position, and releasing to a follow through in one motion. This is a classic example of I'm not Federer where in slow motion you can see him drive the racquet low to high into the court and then release into his follow through. I've tried a couple of different things but I can't seem to get a good level of consistency. Here's how I understand the fore-swing, tell me what I'm miising or doing wrong: 1. Kinetic chain. Feet in correct position, knees bent, balanced, drive with back foot, rotate hips and shoulder to about 45deg. 2. Lay the wrist back 3. Lead with the butt cap 4. Swing low to high 5. Don't over rotate 6. Contact point 7. Follow through I think I'm lost between 4 and 6. I'm not quite sure what I should be focusing on with my arm and as a result it tries to drive the ball. Your help appreciated!