Okay I have taken several lessons now with the local pro trying to improve my two-handed backhand. I know what I need to fix but I'm not quite sure how to go about it? My main issue is that I whip the racket across my body too quickly without extending outward towards the opposing baseline. I don't make contact out in front of my body enough and my wrists are breaking way too early. Every now and then I'm able to hit it correctly, but right now it's maybe two or three out of 10. My secondary issues are that I take back the racket too close to my back hip. I need to allow more space between my body and my hands on the takeback. This is a much easier fix then the first problem. My other secondary issue is that I'm not bringing the back hip through the shot early enough or just enough period. This is killing my power and ability to rotate through the shot. This is not as hard to fix as the first primary issue but it's not as easy as the second issue. Any suggestions on how to work through these issues, mostly the main issue of not breaking the wrists too early and extending through contact, would be greatly appreciated. Is it just repetition and getting out there with the ball machine and hitting hundreds of backhands? Are there any visual clues or body cues That will help me with any of these issues? I'll try and take some more video today of be working on my backhand through drop feeding and maybe that will help me to solve my issues?