I seem to hit my best flat forehands when I am pushed back off the baseline defensively and on my back foot. When I hit this shot, I am usually leaned back and on my rear foot with my legs bent then I push off of that foot and onto my front foot but my entire body travels backwards. This gives me a really consistent, deep, flat stroke and have have so much control over it. The problem with this is that I want to be able to hit like that when on the offensive. I can't get this glitch out of my stroke though and I don't know what's up. The problem arises when I am on the offensive and just inside the baseline on a shorter ball. That shot is more inconsistent because for some reason, I find myself starting off on my front foot and leaning too far forward. Do you understand my problem? It's really starting to get to me and I don't really know how to fix it. I don't have any problem on my topspin, rally balls. It's just my flatter balls that I usually hit for winners. Here's my profile: Age: 16 Rating: 4.0 Racquet: HPS 6.1 Height: 6'0" Weight: 165# Forehand: Topspin rally ball, Flat, low winner Backhand: Flat, low one-hander I'm going to take some vids of me hitting but I don't know how I am going to upload them or where I can host them.