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I watched the video about backhand counterhit and I would like two explanations. I noticed that in final part of the stroke(follow through) you supinate the forearm so that the forehand side of racket is facing to the roof. But, in this way, during the stroke, is the angle of racket changing ? Is it correct ?Another doubt is about the wrist: during the stroke can I use the wrist and in which way?
Initially you don't need to turn your forearm, supinate, to keep the angle more consistent. As you advance the stroke slightly you can open out the arm and this will naturally turn the forearm. Again as you advance you can start to relax the wrist a little more and allow it to flow through with the stroke. Again, let it go through naturally with the weight of the racket.
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