I'm a 3.5 league player. I have a decent forehand and backhand. My overhead needs work. I've recently played 2 guys who lob pretty much every time. Not just when I'm at the net, but on every ball. It's a very safe shot and they do it very consistently. It lands about halfway between the baseline and the service line or close to the baseline, then bounces high. If I'm at the baseline, it forces me back at least 4' behind the baseline in order to get set up so I can hit it about waist high. I can't hit an aggressive shot off it, just a normal groundstroke that goes deep. The first guy is not in good shape and I was able to move him back and forth and wear him out, so I won. The second guy is in good shape and can run all day, so I couldn't wear him out. I finally lost in 3 sets because I tried to get more aggressive and started missing. It's hard to do much with a ball that bounces so high and deep. He hit some short balls and I had some chances to come in, but I had to stay so far back to be ready for the deep bounce that it was hard to get to the short balls in time, so I didn't hit good approach shots, then just got lobbed again. I would appreciate any advice you all have on how to handle this type of player.