Originally Posted by marosmith
I'm not by any means an expert, but the feet seem to be real stiff and stuck in one spot seems like she should focus on bending the right knee, loading off where she can feel the muscle tightening in the quad, turn the shoulders and then attack the ball out in front. I think what would happen is the hips would release and the feet would come off the ground.
I'd like to add on to this in saying that it's good to load up on the right foot, then have the exertion move up her leg, opening the hips, then the torso as the racquet comes through.
I'm not an instructor.
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