Hi, after an almost 18 year lay-off from tennis, I got back into the game about 1.5 yrs ago...Div 1 college player back in the day. I currently play on a highly competitive women's indoor league (dbls) in NJ. I've risen in the ranks quickly with a win ratio of 86% for a 34 week season. The pro at the club as encouraged me over the summer to do something I have never done... and that is to switch my grip to a continental grip for volleys. I have always used an eastern for EVERYTHING. I've got tremendous topspin on my forehand, and for my 2 hnd backhand I just switch the angle of the racket face. My strengths are my serve, overhead, forehand, and aggressive net play. So here is the question/problem. After playing this way for sooooo long, I am finding it difficult to switch grips in the blink of an eye. Plus, I am concentrating so much on the switch that my feet feel like they are cast in cement. Besides the obvious net drills, and just getting out on the court often, does anyone have any ideas on court and off court on how to make this transition easier?:-?