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Old 01-22-2013, 01:51 PM   #13
SystemicAnomaly
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I do not have much trouble at all hitting a 1-handed BH volleys with balls at my chest. I can move the racket to that position quicker than getting the racket around for the forehand volley. I've seen many others with the same issue. It could bery well be an individual thing.

Note: I have fairly long arms and I find that internal (shoulder) rotation is much quicker than external rotation. I find that the neutral racket orientation is optimal at the net. For quite a few years I had the racket orientation slightly offset (skewed) but discovered that this was not optimal for me at the net. When playing doubs, I find the neutral position works best in most situations.
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