So now we are going to talk about the forehand topspin against block. Let’s focus on the things that we now we need to do with our
stroke the start position and the finish position. So you will see there that Jeff’s start position
is around hip high or a little bit lower and you can see that his bat is right next to
him and then his finish position is up and above his eyes.
If you just look at the position of his arm it is at a 90 degree angle, so the upper arm
to the lower arm is at a 90 degree angle. Jeff will just turn around and just show us.
That is the finish position for your forehand topspin. There also is a 90 degree angle underneath your arm. So your arm pit also forms a 90 degree angle. That is the finish position
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