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Old 09-26-2012, 09:37 AM   #12
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I can only imagine the "dead" left arm standing out and looking that way if you are not rotating with your hips or shoulders enough and just arming the ball. If you have your left hand supporting the frame as you turn sideways and then rotate hips/shoulders again as you hit the ball, a tucked or loose left arm wouldn't stand out or look so bad since everything is rotating together.

If you remember to take the racket back with your left arm (here's a basic vid, see step 2: http://www.fuzzyyellowballs.com/vide...-fundamentals/) and also remember to hit by rotating your hips quickly and not so much with the arm, your whole stroke along with your non hitting arm should look good.
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