I'm sure most if not all of us have played this before with a teaching pro/adult. It's basically when both of you stand on the service line, instead of the base line and rally the ball back to each other. The goal: to be able to control the ball back to the other person across the net, instead of ramming every ball that comes your way. I find this game very fun and useful, but lately i've been having problems controlling my stroke on the SW forehand. Because the distance between the two players are shortened by a lot, I'm trying to use lesser strength to hit the ball. As a result my racket head speed drops significantly, my back swing takes ages because i'm trying to control my power, and my form is all wrong. Is there a way to hit it back to my rally partner without too much power? With the eastern grip previously, i found it easier as i could tap the ball back but still follow through. SW is a tad harder. Any tips?