Okay...I'm sure some of you have read here and there where I admit to having a pretty awful serve. When i say it's awful, I mean I have absolutely no confidence in it. I litterally go into all my singles matches with the mentality that I have to break twice to win the set. So the other day I was watching this guy imitate is own serve and It hit me. I'm not rolling my hips but just throwing it up and going right through it. So here in the last few matches I've been doing rolling my hips into the court and it is sooooooooooooo much better. It doesn't have a whole lot of velocity on it but it has height and depth and is landing in the corners and on the service line. So now I don't have to ask my partners if they have their Dental paid up before serving. I actually played 6 sets the last couple of weeks and was only broken once. That is big improvement. I've had to develop real good hands in the past because of my lack of a second serve. Everyone has a great first(when we get it in).lol I can't wait to test this in Mobile at Turkey day in about 3 weeks. I think now I don't even mind going out and hitting some serves(something I've never done or rarely in the last 9 years).lol That's been the whole problem. Because I have above average speed and pretty good hands I looked at the serve as a way to start the point and run people in the ground. I think I'm going to start trying to use it as a weapon and end the point before it gets started good. So how did you all develop your serves and what do you think is important about it?