Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by Miami83095, Apr 6, 2009.
Why does Lleyton Hewitt move his feet towards the back of the court when he serves?
thread of the year
No need to be an ***, I just wanted to know if it affected the serve at all
but what if he really thought it was the thread of the year?
There is so much sarcasm on these forums that any nice comment is interpreted as sarcasm. :cry::cry::cry::cry:
Then he didn't answer my question
Honestly, one of the GTIHES (Greatest threads I have ever seen)
It's so unique and amazing that I don't have an answer, I'm utterly shocked by the picture.
Oh my bad Ocean Drive, I thought you were being sarcastic! Really sorry, man.
.....Hewitt probably does that so he can get better rotation when he swings.....maybe that's why he injured his hip.....
I'm sorry, I'm trying to vizualize what you're asking.
Hewitt does not move his toes towards the back fence. He moves his heels towards the net. Get it?
It's because he wants to be foot faulted several times so he can ***** about the line judge and be labeled a racist.
In actuality it's probably just a bad habit, or a technique that has a nasty side-effect.
I could make a THIS IS SPARTA joke....... nah.
I'll do it for you.
i have no idea what your asking lol... he's using a pinpoint so yeah his foot slides up. Is that what your talking about??
MAybe disguising his serve and increasing his body rotation?
I think what the OP is asking is, why are his toes pointing to the back fence?
edit:Just saw Canuckfan's post......
^^^ Lol so close to foot faulting!
that technique is y lleyton hewitt gets called 4 foot-faults so much. it also allows u 2 get more shoulder and hip rotation from his stance ala Pete Sampras, whereas guys like mcenroe have a stance parallel 2 the baseline so he already has his back facing his opponent
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