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Old 01-15-2013, 04:50 PM   #14
kpktennis
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What I mean is that there is a relative L-shape on the backhand no? So in order for the base of the 'L' (that is, for the racquet to properly meet the ball) I would either have to extend and meet the ball way out at front (but then there would be little forward movement into the ball) or I would have to sort of shift my forearm to the side a little bit so I can meet it a little closer and still be able to drive through the ball, hope someone gets what I'm trying to convey.... sorry, it's hard to put tennis into words :/
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