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Old 01-04-2013, 08:34 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by esgee48 View Post
Hit your one handed backhand in front of your right foot (assuming you are right handed.) If you hit the one hander late, you will arm the ball which can lead to TE.

I would try the above before looking for another racquet. Maybe switch to a softer string setup.
Yes hitting in front is ideal, but sometimes you misjudged and hit later than you like.

Yes softer string is good, but in powerful tweeners like the Juice, balls will be flying
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