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    FS: Wilson Pro Staff 97 | Yonex VCore SV95

    For Sale: Item Description (Brand/Model/Year): Wilson Pro Staff 97 Grip Size / Size: 4 1/4" Quantity: 1 Head Size (if a racquet): 97 Condition (x out of 10): 9.5 *Specific Time Used (must give specific time, must be over 30 minutes): 1 Hour 30 Minutes *General Description (including any...
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    Tips for Closing Racquet Face?

    What are some tips or advice you give to students on helping them close racquet face? Is it something to just practice? Wrist bent? Or is it Pat, the dog that needs rest?
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    How Manly do you Feel Hitting 1HBH?

    Do you hit a 1Hand Backhand because it is instinct? Do you hit a 1Hand Backhand because you want to be like Stanimal and Fed? Do you practice trying to hit winners like Stanimal does? If you do hit a winner, how manly do you feel? Do you hate hitting low balls? Do you hate hitting high balls...
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    Open or Closed Stance?

    I just took my second ever lesson, trying to make my forehand much more consistent after a close match in a rec league. He said that because of my open stance, I'm sometimes trying to do too much with my arm and sailing my forehand. He also said when I close stance hit, I drive through the ball...
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    Played as a Pusher Tonight. My Laughs.

    Tuesday September 12 - 2 Preliminary Matches for Fun in a 3.0-4.0 League Singles. Skip to bottom for thoughts. I'm basically playing as, really free, full swings, not putting much energy into swings, but full swings. No going to net unless necessary. All Backhands will be hit back to middle...
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    Horrible Forehand...just sailing long..

    I had a fun match today against a 4.0-ish player that went easy on me after he had a match and I really noticed one thing: I'm just not confident with my forehand. I don't hit the net with my forehand. Instead, my forehands were just going long if they didn't stay in. I use an Eastern grip and...
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    What to Look for in Lessons?

    I'm going to be taking some lessons hopefully to improve my mediocre game. What are things I should look out for during lessons that makes taking lessons worth it? Is it that the coach will provide lots of hitting? Or drills? Or work on technique? Analysis of my (bad) strokes? Or footwork...