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  • jeremy93
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    thanks a lot John

    Originally posted by johnyandell View Post
    I think the still common idea that you should snap your wrist forward is the main one. It's not that players can't do it or don't have enough racket speed. If the model the full rotation in the extension position they can.

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  • johnyandell
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    I think the still common idea that you should snap your wrist forward is the main one. It's not that players can't do it or don't have enough racket speed. If the model the full rotation in the extension position they can.

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  • jeremy93
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    John thanks for this very informative article. As a coach I’ve been very curious why nearly all club players and more than a few pros on tour don’t have continued long axis rotation of their hitting arm after contact. In this article you seem to have stated a couple times that this is because they lack the racket speed therefore, the racket doesn’t have enough speed to naturally continue rotating an additional 90 degrees after contact. Do you find any other reasons as to why players point the hitting side of their strings down to the ground right after contact rather than to the right side fence? Thanks in advance.

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  • johnyandell
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    The Serve: Where Are We Now? The Women

    Would love to get your thoughts on my article, "The Serve: Where Are We Now? The Women"

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