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Where should my feet be after I've made contact with the serve?

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Answer #1 | 27/03 2007 23:42
On most serves, the forces of your service motion should make you end up with your right foot (for right-hander) inside the baseline, ahead of your left, so that you'll be facing more or less the left sideline when you finish your follow through.
Answer #2 | 28/03 2007 00:02
On the ground !!!!!!!!!!
Answer #3 | 28/03 2007 06:10
why is this question in dining out? send it to sports
Answer #4 | 28/03 2007 06:52
Q. Where should my feet be after I've made contact with the serve? From Jeff Cooper, Your Guide to Tennis. A. On most serves, the forces of your service motion should make you end up with your right foot (for right-hander) inside the baseline, ahead of your left, so that you'll be facing more or less the left sideline when you finish your follow through. http://tennis.about.com/od/basicservingfaq/f/faqbasicserve9.htm

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