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Old 08-24-2010, 12:06 PM   #822
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Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Bahrain
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I'm in Honestly, I was taught the two-handed but I couldn't quite get good feel or rip at the ball, changed to one-handed, It's all about muscular coordination and timing, using all the muscle in your body and transfering the weight forward for a nice heavy ball, you can get some insane short angles from practically anywhere which is why I think it is more versatile and artful. I find that it helps staying as low and use your legs like a spring to push forward and brush under the ball for topsin to keep it from landing a meter from the baseline, as for a high I either slice it in deep, or hit it really flat if its short.
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