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Old 01-09-2013, 11:51 AM   #388
jmnk
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Originally Posted by Cheetah View Post
you lay the wrist back more, swing right to left, make contact more on the side of your body and less out in front.
yes. I agree with that. But all you are doing, by laying the wrist, catching the ball 'late' and more on the side - is trying to negate the effect of right to left movement of the racket, no? Because that is the only way to have the racket contact the ball past 6 oclock mark.
If so - why would you than advocate the pulling/yanking if all the rest of the movement (as you have described) is solely to 'undo' what that yanking would normally do??

(sorry, it is not easy to depict in words, I hope you get the point).
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