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Old 01-30-2013, 04:15 PM   #55
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Originally Posted by FrisbeeFool View Post
Both achieve the same goal. True. Although one is much more descriptive, accurate, and less convoluted, It's hilarious going on a tennis forum and using terms like unit term which are common parlance in coaching circles and having 5263 running around saying players in the modern game don't execute a unit term.
The point is in not being descriptive. Tennis, as in most sports, is learned through feel. Reading a book on biomechanics does not make you a great athlete. Often times, it makes you play much worse. I'm sure you've read the Inner Game.
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