Having trouble finding my game...

Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by KhaosBaseliner, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. KhaosBaseliner

    KhaosBaseliner Rookie

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    i have been playing tennis for about 10 months or so now... i can hit eastern, semi western, and western forehands....a one handed back, and a two handed backhand... i hit them all about the same skill level... I just dont know what shots i should stick with... i wanna be an all-court player

    If anyone can tell me what i should do i would be thankful!
     
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  2. KhaosBaseliner

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    I play at a 3.5 to 4.0 level... somewhere in there
     
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  3. BeHappy

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    if your one hander is better than your two hander, go with it, gives you more erach, ultimately more power and more options, more disguise, is better for returning with unless you're playing a serve and volleyer.

    As far as the forehand goes, you should probably go with something inbetween the eastern and the western, this will allow you to hit heavy topspin and relatively flat, and to deal with balls of all heights.
     
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  4. KhaosBaseliner

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    yea... i just get so mixed up because i can hit all of them about the same... i think i need to just pick a style and go with it
     
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  5. KhaosBaseliner

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    does anyone else have this kinda problem... if so what have you done to help?
     
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