The Forehand Open Plane Straight Slice Drop


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The Forehand Open Plane Straight Slice Drop (The focus is mainly on the arm and left hand)

Introduction - Definition 

Part 1

The Definition. 

The Forehand Open Plane Straight Slice Drop is defined as after identifying that the ball is on the forehand side the player reacts with the Forehand Open Plane’s backswing. The player commences the forward swing with a throwing action while simultaneously opening the racquet face to an extra angle of approximately10 and15 degrees to an additional angle between 40 and 60 degrees before attempting to return the racquet face to the original angle between 30-45 degrees at contact.





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