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Old 12-06-2011, 02:09 PM   #12
dizzlmcwizzl
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Originally Posted by j00dypoo View Post
looks to me like improving your backhand would actually be to your benefit. It looks slow and loopy from that angle. Are you able to flatten it out at all? Even if just by a little it would help take time away from your opponents.
It does look loopier than it feels so I will experiment with shortening it up. I do like the fact that I have margin with the backhand so I have never given much thought to flattening it out ... I will think about it but usually I use my backhand to hang in there until I can run around to the forehand.
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