The Backhand Open Plane Slice Drop The Forward Swing
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The BACKHAND OPEN PLANE SLICE DROP
The Backhand Open Plane Straight Slice Drop (The focus is mainly on the arm and racquet).
Furthermore, when slice volleying the ball between waist height and knee height the technique is identical.
The Forward Swing
Slightly opening the face at the start of the forward swing to an extra angle of approximately 10 to15 degrees before returning the racquet face to the original angle between 30-45 degrees at contact allows the player to have a natural follow through.
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