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Old 09-22-2012, 02:46 AM   #51
Sky_Boy
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Originally Posted by TomT View Post
Thanks Sky_Boy. That low knee bending is difficult ... for me. Anyway, I don't see how anybody can hit over the ball when it's real low.

EDIT: A lot of the problem is due to sheer laziness on my part, I think. I'll make a video with more pronounced racquet preparation (describing a "C" instead of a "U"). Doing the "C" prep also seems to make me move my feet better. Is that possible?
Low ball are generally more difficult to hit... timing and knee bend is crucial.. at first it will be difficult but when u have hit 300 of it, it wouldn't be that difficult anymore.. easier way out slice it..
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