For those who may not know, the drill works like this: One Player (doesn't matter who) feeds the ball to his opponent. The opponent hits a cooperative ball back to the feeder. After that second hit, the point begins and is played out just like a regular rally. First player to 21 points wins. I like the drill a lot. Sense there are no serves or Return of serves, the players can really groove their strokes and work on point construction. It's a fast paced, fun game and a darn good workout. However, I do have some concerns about the game. When I play it, it seems like everyone plays much better than they do in a real rally. I'm wondering if that indicates there is something about it that makes it not directly applicable to a real match. Also, the angles are different. Starting the point in the middle naturally leads to more "up and down" shots. In a real match, the serve is going cross court so the points are naturally more angled. Maybe it would be a good idea to make the feed ball a cross court shot in the game? I'm curious what some of you coaches (and players) think of this drill/game. To what extent do you use it? Do you use any variations of the rules I mentioned?