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I have a fairly consistent, fast counterhit; but I finish past my left eyebrow. If I stop near my left eyebrow, the ball rarely goes over the net; it just makes the stroke vertical, without much forward motion. I don't finish much past my left eyebrow, but it might become a problem at higher levels. I try to stop by my left eyebrow but the stroke doesn't work as well as it does when I stop past my eyebrow. How might I fix this, and what might be wrong?
It sounds like you need to think about the racket moving forward first before it goes up to your eyebrow. You can do this by using some rotation with your waist. By rotating your waist the racket will naturally move more forward and you will get the ball moving more forward than upwards.
Give this a try and let me know how you get on.
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