Originally Posted by user92626
I was afraid that someone would answer "timing" and "technique". That answer really doesn't explain anything, lead the conversation anywhere.
Ok, so I hear that you shouldn't isolate any one area, and work on fastest rhs. In term of biomechanics, what your body feels, what should I be focusing on? I mean, if I were to teach a kid to swim fast, I'd tell him to focus on kicking his feet faster, etc.
focus on the kinetic chain, being loose, proper footwork, weight transfer, extenstion, SSC, leg push, proper contact point for your grip - out in front, right combo of pronation, isr and deviation, etc. all of those things contribute to power.
What do you expect us to say without a video of your strokes?
Or you could just flex your wrist more as Toly says.