I developed wrist pain a couple of months ago on the ulnar side.....I had the symptoms of others who posted that had this problem (pain on the forehand stroke and forehand volley, hurts to turn a key or doorknob)....the pain was always the worst when I would start playing and get somewhat less painful as I played on....but after reading some of the post here, I decided to stop for a while....after a couple of weeks, I had no pain twisting a doorknob, pronating, supinating, etc......but I had read an old post here that the test is to put your open hand underneath a desk palm up and to push upwards firmly.....if there is pain, you still have a problem......I had pain doing this....I went out and played anyway.....seemed to be okay at first but the pain started coming back....pushing up from underneath the desk, the pain was definately worse. After a few days of playing, I decided to quit again.....I bought 2 wrist splints....one for work and one for sleep and rest. I feel the night brace has really helped me as I curl my wrist and fingers while I sleep. This is not conducive to healing. It's been 2 weeks since I started splinting. I've been without pain for a week now doing stretches and exercises. I pushed up from underneath the desk firmly this morning and to my surprize......no pain. I'm dying to go out and hit again. When I originally hurt it, I was using Luxilon Timo(mains) and Gamma Pro Plus(crosses). While rehabilitating, I restrung it up with an all natural gut job. I also had a few grams of lead at 3 and 9 o'clock whick I have pulled off. My racket is 1 pt. head heavy.....28" long (I choke up an inch except when serving). It is an old Wilson 6.2 Skunk (which I love). Should I give it a go without serving? (forceful pronation involved) And then ad serving when I'm sure there's no pain? (I have a wicked sidespin underhand serve....but that involves supination) Should I go out and just hit volleys only and add strokes if I have no pain. Or should I wait a while longer to be sure?