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Old 11-15-2012, 02:31 AM   #20
Metalica
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one of the most common problem people have when playing the eastern forehand is that they hit with the racquet head facing slightly upward causing the ball to go long. This can be fixed by hitting with your wrist laid back and your contact point in front of your body (about 30-45 degree forward from having your arms sideway). If you're already doing all that then may be the margin for error on your stroke is too small and you should brush up more. That's all from me
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