Do you mean my body needs to stay sideway more?It’s all about body geometry. If you want to go down the T on the deuce court you need to line up more side on with left hip, shoulder and racquet pointing down the middle of the court.
Ball toss at 1 o’clock and not too far ahead with back straight and back foot stability will fix your problem easy.
Sure. But I believe that I should be aware of the difference in swing paths and body rotation between say, a wide serve and a T serve on Deuce court, before practicing.Practice placing your serve in each lane. Give yourself 3-4 balls for each lane and see how many you can place. Placing a serve definitely requires good mechanics and technique, but once you start developing muscle memory of your serve placement, it'll be much easier.
How is your throwing accuracy? And how is it impacted by how fast you're throwing?Lately, I frequently ended up hitting wide flat slice serves when trying to hit a down the T flat serve on Deuce court. Same thing happened when serve on AD court as well. I kinda struggle to aim my serves. I am looking for some advice here.