Classic Low to High Forehand Still Viable?
I'm a person who naturally hits with a ton of spin and as a result, I often end up hitting sitters or have trouble putting away balls due to my lack of pace. I was thinking about changing up my swing stroke from a windshield wiper finish to a more traditional, low to higher technique, but I'm wondering if this is still viable given how the game has changed. While this swing style will flatten my strokes out short-term, as I get better, I'm going to need to apply more spin and a WW forehand is obviously going to be vital given that a flatter/more aggressive game is kind of dying nowadays.
So what do you all think? Should I make the switch or just change up my WW forehand to not be so upward somehow?
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