I often see a lot of veterans stomp their feet after hitting the ball.
Why would one want to stomp after hitting the ball?
Is this purely a stylistic issue? Or does it improve ones follow-through?
You can see an example here.
Although I can't verify this, it could be for balance purposes. I know that in tennis (related sport), when you come into net to hit a volley, good technique states that you should "stomp" with your (assuming a right-handed player) left foot for a forehand volley and stomp with your right foot for a backhand volley because it helps you mentally and physically hit your shot with a firm wrist and be on balance like you need to be.