Just a few inquiries regarding the backhand. I find my backhand relatively weak, but i can still sometimes impart enough power to bring it near back court. Problem is not 100%, and also when i hit i dont get that solid sound on the sweet spot. My diagnoses is that my racquet is not flat enough when i hit my backhand. I want to ask:
When guys do a backhand clear, do you hold your racquet loose ( as in not as tight as you smash)?
When you execute a backhand clear, is your racquet literally flat(perpendicular to the birdie)?
What technique do you use to allow you to easily switch to your backhand grip?
To get effortless backhand clear, you must have forearm supination and lots of it. In preparation, make sure you pronate first, then lead with elbow towards the bird, then unwind your forearm into supination. Make sure you transfer some body wt into the shot by planting your racket foot and leaning into the shot at strike.
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