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The right handed forehand looks more convincing technically to me. There is less protraction and possibly less of a moonball-ish trajectory that I assume you want to avoid.
 

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As someone who continues to try each and every thing to make my game better, let me share something that I MAY learn someday.
If you’re looking to hit the ball harder and keep it in the court there is really only one dependable way to accomplish that and it’s with topspin. If your coach teaches topspin, especially with a Western grip and starting low with a very high finish, just go with what he’s teaching and don’t keep trying new things. Work on one thing at a time. Like, walmartone login start low finish high.
Watch the ball as you hit it and see (really see) how much spin you are imparting. If it doesn’t look like much spin, then exaggerate the stroke and try for more spin.
 
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