After talking to @ADS recently and reading his book '' Muscle memory and imagery: Better tennis'' I'm volunteering to be a guinea pig to test his theory. In a nutshell, I'm starting today to hit crosscourt forehands only ( no other hitting, matches etc) 3-4 times a week for the next 3-4 weeks, every session about 1-1.5 hours using the ball machine, aiming to hit a total of about 5000-6000 balls. Even though it's still a theory ( although he backs it up with quite a bit of scientific research) it just makes sense to me ie doing the exact same thing over and over again for thousands of times is the best way to perfect it. It's crucial to not do anything else in order for the learning and retaining process in the brain, muscles,nerves etc to take place smoothly without any interference. The critical thing though is practising the perfect movement for thousands of times, otherwise obviously you're just mastering the less than ideal shot which is pointless. In his book he says you need to focus on the most basic, fundamental elements of a good stroke which every good player do regardless of how different they may look individually. So things like early prep, good unit turn, using the legs and torso for power, looking at the contact zone and keeping the head steady. That's really all about it. I have an option to have a lesson with my coach to make sure that I have a good foundation to work on or ask you guys here after posting videos ( ADS recommends having a 30 min lesson with the coach to decide on the form before starting the whole process and maybe once a week to make sure you're on the right track) I'm excited to give this a go and would like your feedback also.