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Old 01-09-2013, 06:10 PM   #399
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Thanks, that was a helpful post.

I can well believe those empirical claims. Just watching the professionals hit in slow motion, I can see fairly flat racket approaches with respect to the plane of the court. The rackets also transition from forward motion (toward the net) to primarily up and across shortly after contact. In fact, I find this direction change somewhat startling to see, though it appears the ball can significantly brake forward racket motion.
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