Improve your shoulder-high attack forehand with these super 7 tips!

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1.  Contact point will be further out in front of your body, prepare early and space yourself with great footwork with this in mind

2.  Hitting shoulder will be 5-10 degrees in front of your non-hitting shoulder at contact

3.  Get your body mechanics right: 'turn and hit' rather than 'hit and turn' - body comes through first (legs > hips > torso > shoulder > arm > elbow > wrist)

4.  'Throw the elbow' at the ball - creates lag and racket speed at the right moment just prior to contact

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