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Old 06-26-2009, 03:07 AM   #20
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Thanks guys

After an off day on Wednesday, another day on the courts today, and I'm really tuning up my forehand. I can handle just about any shot my opponent throws at me on that side, and can usually dictate play pretty handily with it.

My biggest improvement today was my backhand It's really coming along nicely, and I'm making much cleaner contact with it. Still nowhere near as good as my forehand, but its becoming more stable. A few too many shots to that wing and it goes south, though, or I'll bust out one of my killer slices.

Forehand is about 90% of the time exactly where I want it to be, my backhand is more along the lines of 60%.

Tomorrow is all about serving. My serve is all kick, but I need to learn the flat one as well as the slice out wide on the deuce and up the T on the Ad.

All hard work, baby, 141 days left from Friday
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