I tried my best to incorporate the tips given. I think my biggest problem now is 1) no backscratch and 2) little power. I also seem to let the hand fall behind me prematurely, I am not sure though if it is too early. What do you think? Personally, I noticed a HUGE difference. I don't have the speed (and I need to get that), but I could see the ball actually well over the net instead of an inch or two above and then hitting down going straight for the fence. It was actually incredible to see the first time. One thing: my wrist, if I don't hit it exactly, my wrist suffers (from pain). What am I doing wrong here; I know the pros can't be hurting after every serve. Every one of my serves had a nice slice to it; I could only hit one or two up the line, most were falling in that little corner box. I didn't really notice much of a difference between either side when serving; they both seemed natural. It does not look like I am shifting my weight... Agree/disagree? What do I do about that? Nor does it look like I am rotating my body. Suggestions? I also worked on bringing my feet closer together and I can see a HUGE difference when they are more than shoulder width apart when serving. As an aside, I saw my knee surgeon today and he sent me to get another brace, but he thinks I may not even need it. (He actually said "whatever you are doing, keep doing it") We're going to fill in a cavity of fluid or tissue buildup to make the tibia solid again in about 6 weeks in which I only have to stop tennis for two weeks. Like before, please don't be gentle and tell me what you think. I need all the suggestions I can get to improve my game. I am dedicated, and I am trying. My main complaint is the hurting wrist and the lack of speed. My contact point certainly seems *much* higher. From the left side: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfVUP0lB-d4 From the right side: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5e4oPNJrolA Thanks in advance.