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Old 12-29-2012, 11:46 PM   #111
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Originally Posted by Wegner View Post
It is almost as if playing tennis with the hand. The fingers have feel, have awareness. The racquet has not.
I like this way of approaching a stroke. The racquet is just an extension of my hand. I have total control over my hand, and so total control over the racquet. When I think and visualize and execute this way, while remembering to prepare early and keep my eye on the ball to racquet contact, then I always, not almost always but always, make good strokes and hit good shots ... where I want to hit them. But of course I'm an amateur with comparatively little experience, and am somewhat lazy, and so I almost invariably neglect one of the essential ingredients on almost all of my shots.
Practice ...........................................
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