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How should I stand for serving?

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Answer #1 | 27/03 2007 23:36
With both feet firmly and proudly planted! Although I'm not entirely sure what you are asking...
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Answer #2 | 27/03 2007 23:36
If you're a right-hander, stand with your right foot parallel to the baseline, roughly a shoulder width behind your left foot. Your left foot should be a few inches behind the baseline, pointing roughly toward the right net post.
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Answer #3 | 28/03 2007 00:02
Serving what ?? Food or serving people ?? Well, in both cases, do stand firmly with yr feet flat on the ground.
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Answer #4 | 28/03 2007 00:31
On the right hand side of the person, you serve.
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Answer #5 | 28/03 2007 06:55
Q. How should I stand for serving? From Jeff Cooper, Your Guide to Tennis. A. If you're a right-hander, stand with your right foot parallel to the baseline, roughly a shoulder width behind your left foot. Your left foot should be a few inches behind the baseline, pointing roughly toward the right net post. http://tennis.about.com/od/basicservingfaq/f/faqbasicserve 1.htm
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