The Correct use of the Wrist on the Topspin Forehand

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A common mistake at the club level is to lock the wrist when hitting a forehand and swinging from the shoulder. In order to hit an effective shot, the wrist joint has to remain loose through the swing. Ideally, he wrist opens on the backswing and lags on the forward swing allowing it to springs explosively forwards through contact.

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