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Saurav really has a great lob. He speaks about getting the ball as high as possible on the front wall, but exactly how does he do it?
Well first he gets down really really low. Look at his back knee it is virtually touching the floor. Secondly as he approaches the ball his racket is down and it sinks even lower just before he hits the ball. Both of these lead to the racket getting as low as possible which means it can come up as steeply as possible which is exactly what we want.
If you do the first things properly then the third thing should happen as a matter of course, and that is a high follow through. This means that the racket has traveled up steeply and consequently so will the ball.
So in summary... give yourself room and bend your knees to get down really low. Drop the racket head a low as possible. Hit the ball right on the bottom side and push up steeply for a high follow through.