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Old 07-03-2013, 03:30 PM   #9
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IMO, the swing paths, racket angles, contact points are all relatively easy stuff to get though. The hardest part is the timing and the heavy unloading, uncoiling, kinetic chain, whatever you call it, that yields a ton of power.

Every recreational player knows how to hit the ball over, more or less with topspin, but rarely do you see the kind of power that pushes opponents back 3 feet behind the baseline through out a match.

It's like every guy knows how and can throw a punch, but how many guys can knock out another same sized guy with one or two punches?
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