I would just try and develope the feel of rotating the hitting structure forward to meet your contact point requirements. Let your hips "lead" this movement. So, instead of pulling, or swinging the racquet forward initially, when you think its time to swing, turn on the ball.
This is probably easiest to learn from more of an open type of stance, where there is very little back to front weight shift. Align, and load on the right leg, and try and keep the axis of rotation back towards the right side of the body.