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Old 03-01-2013, 01:07 PM   #5
Tight Lines
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Sureshs,

Assuming your regular stance is to the body, I am guessing that by rotating your back foot by 15 degrees to the left it should go out-wide and 15 deg to the right, it should go to the T on the deuce side. I have to experiment on the court.

But it sounds reasonable. No?

Harry
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