i recommend you hitting against a massive wall from which you can stand well away. hit big forehands off the wall back to yourself while focusing only on hitting with your entire body and keeping everything in rhythm and effortless seeming(this is where hitting w/your entire body comes in). just a few days of doing this big, fluid hitting ought to reconnect you with your old "easy power" forehand.
you remember it's much more about hitting with your whole body being in good rhythm, than the so called shape of your stroke or the angle of your racket face or any of that other minute stuff.
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Last edited by DeShaun : 01-18-2013 at 01:00 PM.