Published: 18 Mar 2006 - 00:45 by SamBWFC
Updated: 06 Jul 2014 - 00:43
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This is a part of my game I'd love to, and need to, improve. I find it really difficult getting the ball out of the back corners using a straight drive, especially on my backhand. I see professionals, and people in my University team retreiving it at ease, but I usually end up playing a trickle boast or hitting the back wall with my racket. Any tips on how to stop doing this?
Will I need to open my racket face to get more height on the ball, and concentrate on this more than on power? And one final question, how do I practice on my own getting out the back corners? Thanks.How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
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