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Old 03-01-2013, 01:14 PM   #6
sureshs
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Originally Posted by Tight Lines View Post
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
Yes. So essentially the same as what he said about serves from the ad court. That means the same positioning for out-wide serves from either side, which means much more upper body rotation from the deuce court.
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