1. Point at the Ball
Point at the ball with the opposite hand from the bounce till the start of your swing. This will help your tracking skills on the forehand. Sometimes the pace of the game can seem so fast, but when you point at the ball the game will have more of a slow motion effect.
2. See the Seams of the Ball
Watch the seams of the ball when it is coming into your strike zone, not just the whole ball. This is an “aim small miss small” philosophy. If you are locked in on the seams you are taking focus to another level and will find a more precise contact point. Not only will you find a more precise contact point, but you will see what type of spin the ball has: topspin, slice, under-spin, sidespin, flat, etc.