Originally Posted by LeeD
and hitting it 12' longer than the baseline....
Some mechanism is needed to land the ball into the court with an exxagerated low to high swing, and that mechanism is WW finish on the Eforehand grip, producing more topspin and LESS ball speed.
After you contact the ball, it doesn't matter where your racket goes.
Federer has many different follow-throughs on his strokes. Nadal has many different followthroughs on his strokes.
If you hit low to high and your racket is at the correct angle at impact you will get topspin and the ball will go where you want it to.