I was reading a couple of older threads about the (specifically service) yips and wanted to follow up on a few things I read. One was that some of you have experienced the yips once (or twice) and never had them since (I think it was Cindy and Raiden); is that still the case or have they returned? The other question had to do with a response in one of these threads that a good kick serve might be a "cure." Anyone follow up on this or know the reasoning behind such a claim? (Is it that the erratic "behind-the-head" toss that seems to result from the yips lends itself easily to a kick serve?) I have had the yips on and off for years, but they recently resurfaced at States. I did manage to fend off the yips and win in the finals, but now I'm facing Sectionals and am looking for a "cure." Right now the most promising hope for a cure from specialists in sports medicine seems to be Botox injections to deaden the "yipping" muscle and stop the erratic motions. Would hate to have to go that far...anyone else have any thoughts/experiences to relate here?