- Make contact with the ball at the center of one of the racquet's "sweet spots" to minimize weight on the wrist and arm
- Adopt a more relaxed grip reducing the vibration load on the arm and decreasing chances for tennis elbow to develop
- Incorporate exercises to strengthen the lower body, arms and shoulders
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