Hi all. I have been suffering from elbow pain (on my playing arm) for a few days now. Earlier the pain used to subside by the end of the session, but during my session yesterday, it was borderline unbearable. The elbow never before used to hurt throughout the day, but since yesterday's game, it has been 24x7. My technique on the fh clear seems to be fine, i am following the technique showed by coach lin on his yt vid, and also ready the badmintonbible articles thoroughly. I start with a (slightly) supinated forearm, lead with my elbow trying to raise it as high as possible before i lift my forearm, and finally the pronation. I do not hold the handle tightly at any point during the motion, even when making contact witht he shuttle(something that needs to be fixed). To single out the exact part of the motion that causes pain, i did a few shadow motions of my fh clear, and found that rotating my forearm for pronation caused the pain, maybe because it produced a lot of twist in the tendon going into the forearm. So id be grateful if any of you who have had similar problems can guide me here. I know i need to see a physician, but knowing some lit before going to the doc wont hurt. I use a vt 7 strung with bg 65 at 23 lbs and nylon shuttles. The elbow pain became a problem only when i started to play with such high tension, which was one week ago. I now know that 23 lbs of tension with nylons is a stupid idea.