yeah i noticed i dont have enough shoulder rotation when taking the racquet back.Potito said:It seems to be hitting too much with your arm. The wrist doesn't seem firm at contact, but with this format of file I can't see this frame by frame. In my opinion you should hit more with your shoulder rotation. Take racquet more
back in preparation and move forward with your shoulder, hitting in front with a low to high swing, and keep your wrist firm at the contact. I hope it helps.
If you taught yourself how to hit a onehander you did an outstanding job. Keeping your hitting hand close to the body and not moving it much except for some natural movement from the shoulder is great. You can really build from here.ShooterMcMarco said:thanks for your time writing that long analysis bungalo, i appreciate it. i dont have software to convert my file into a quicktime format, i just used the windows movie maker to do it. i need to find better software (preferably freeware or shareware).
ill work on those things you mentioned and try to improve my footwork first. i taught myself how to hit the one hander (it obviously shows :| ) so it really helps to get feedback from skilled players. thanks all for giving me advice, now its time for me to start applying :mrgreen: