currently, im getting tennis lessons from my coach from school. i pay $20 an hour for private, and $10 for group. He helps me get the basics down like bend knees, hit ball more out in front of you (i play an extreme full western grip), and to not open shoulders up too much on one handed backhand. the thing is, he is teaching me to be a pusher. i hate pushers and i do not want to be one. He tells me, "at your level, most kids are unpatient and try to finish the point off. If you can hit 5 or more balls in, in a row, you could beat most of those kids." sure, he's helping me with the basics, but right now, im trying to model my forehand after Juan Carlos Ferrero. He isnt really helping me with that. he just says, keep your weight on your front foot. i also learned myself from a website, to put weight on your backfoot on the backswing....so im just wondering, should i stick with him? or go to a different coach? btw, i just gave him a cd with JCF's forehand stroke video. i gave it to him about a week ago, and he hasnt looked at it. all he knows about JCF is that he uses an extreme full western grip. nothing else really. i want a coach that can get into detail about the shot. tell me what im doing wrong, and tell me what i can do to improve the most on my shots. i think i should stick with my current coach for another few weeks, then switch to a more focused and more concentrated coach. what about u guys? what should i do? btw, i will be playing tennis for the sophomore level this upcoming school year.