I've always wondered, how many variations of a particular ground stroke do you guys have? What about the pro's? During a match, do you vary your forehand/backhand? For example, going from loopy (top spin) to a flatter stroke or vice-versa or do you always stick to the same stroke no matter what? What about power? Do pro's always hit maximum amount of power in every forehand/backhand? It's hard to judge when your watching a pro match, with the camera angle, it always seems like they're hitting the same stroke and since they hit so well, it always comes off as if they're hitting close to 90%-100% of they're strength. I'm asking the question because it's something I've always wondered and I want to improve my game. I tend to hit too hard, with maybe 6-7 inches of net clearance max which is very error prone.When i'm having a great day, it works great, but when it doesn't, I tend to loose badly and it affects my confidence. I had my forehand analyzed by my coach last week. Since I don't have a very high net clearance, I thought I didn't put enough top spin. He told me that I have a lot of top spin already (which I find hard to believe) and that my C loop was good, but that perhaps I should just try to slow down my swing a bit because I tend to hit very close to the baseline. Trying to slow down my swing has always been something I've struggled with, I naturally swing fast, and i'm afraid that if I slow down my swing, my opponent will attack my strokes more, making me play more defense, which isn't my game. I have exactly the same issue with my 1hbh. In the end, I want to change my game to be a bit more consistent, but at the same time, I don't want to turn into one of those loopy/moon-balling type of players, playing a defensive game isn't my natural style. Any suggestions?