I have a big problem: the serve. The rest of my game is fine, but a am absolutely useless with the serve. I tried everything: eastern grip, conti grip, a loop, a big loop, a bigger loop, no loop, bending knees, holding the racket only with three fingers for a whip factor, changing foot position, side spin, throwing the ball higher, etc.… All other strokes I play two handed (groundstrokes and volleys on both sides), and it feels for me that I don't have enough strength for the serve. I am not sure if my bad serve is a matter of a wrong technique or just because I am too weak to produce enough power (I am also very bad at throwing balls) When I asked our pro, she lectured me in depth about grip, loop, feet, knees, shoulder, pronation, speed, spin - all in all about 30 things I should think of when I practice serves. But to think of more than one thing at the same time seems literally not possible for me. If I am doing 1 thing right, the other 29 are wrong. Isn't there an easier, less complicated way for a good serve? Something like 'Serve for dummies'??? Is there a tricky and easy technique which helps talentless and weak players to learn a serve of average quality? Just to get the ball into the service box with average power. It could be any technique, and as easy as possible. Could even look ridiculous, that wouldn't matter. It need not to be the 'right' technique. It only has to be very easy and to help weak players like me to produce a certain amount of power. Thanks for any advice.