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Old 01-16-2013, 07:39 PM   #9
luvforty
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Originally Posted by psv255 View Post
Personally, I like a compromise between two extremes: leading with the shoulder. This always forces me to move forward to meet the ball (as I've had problems with hitting volleys to my side or almost behind me).

It also reduces unnecessary help from the wrist/elbow, which is a common problem with tennis players unaccustomed to hitting volleys.
i personally concentrate on the elbow, which is the Center of Gravity of the arm/racket unit.

the hand... well... just too 'out there'.
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