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Old 11-16-2012, 09:31 AM   #14
tennis_pr0
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I would say the two things I noticed were not getting set on your forehand side and being a little looser. When I say getting set I mean bending your knees a little and setting the weight on your right leg, then pushing off the right leg to give you some power coming from the ground up into the ball. Also, being a little looser would help too. It looks like you are arming the ball a bit too much on the forehand, by being looser, your wrist will set back more on your take back and you will produce more "whippy" racquet head speed. Other than that looks fine.
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