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Kit Lloyd

I saw this article a few weeks back, it was interesting. A corollary to this story: I watch a fair amount of tennis on TV, and commentators frequently single out Serena and Venus Williams as among the very best servers in the women's game. Their father, Richard Williams, once mentioned that when they were growing up, he would give them footballs and baseballs for birthdays and Christmas to teach them how to throw. He was a firm believer that by teaching a girl how to throw like a boy, they could eventually serve like a man. Their success seems to bear out this conclusion.

Dave Tufte

Interesting. I've been playing a lot of raquetball lately, and have difficulty hitting the ball as hard as some other players. This article has gotten me thinking whether the reason is the way I rotate my body.

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