My problem seems to do with the wrist. Whenever I hit my FH, my wrist is not locked on contact. I have read many posts, mainly by BB, which says that a locked wrist is the proper technqiue if you care not skilled enough to do the wrist release. I noticed that despite hitting with the SW, my balls did not have that much topspin at all and flew out 3-12 inches. I looked for answers and tried experimenting alot. I tried adjusting when i hit the ball, my backswing, my followthrough, etc. but I still got mainly the same results. Big forehand when I wanted, but not dependable, especially when I look for my "comfort zone" I may have discovered the problem, but I don't know how to correct it so I may need some help. When I swing my forehand, my wrist is not in a defined position. Therefore, sometimes it is, and I get a good shot, other times its not. I *think* my racquet face opens up very often when I do my forehand, because I try to do a wrist pronation too early or something. Today, I focused on locking my wrist in a laid back position throughout my whole swing. What I found was it generated a lot of topspin in comparison to before, but it felt awkward to me because i am not used to doing this. How do I practice not opening the racquet face at contact? If anybody took the time to read this, please feel free to correct me if I have any misconceptions.