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Old 12-01-2012, 07:35 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by Cheetah View Post
The wrist does flex yes but pictures cannot tell you if it was intentional or not.
Exactly. My original question was not about whether the wrist moves at all in relation to the forearm, but whether it's supposed to be a conscious movement and forced by the player.

I had a hit tonight for an hour or so and I can't hit any groundie without my wrist ending up in a different position after contact than before (I play with a slightly west-shifted eastern — knuckle on the ridge, between eastern and semi-western bevels). But it sure feels wrong to deliberately move my wrist trying to add a little more racquet head speed. After a few shots I went back to hitting with the most comfortable feel. (Incidentally I won 6-3 against a guy I've never beaten )

This thread has expanded more than I expected (see Mum, I have friends!) but I'm learning things so it's good.
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