Whoa jumping ground stroke

Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by dannyjjang, Oct 16, 2005.

  1. dannyjjang

    dannyjjang Semi-Pro

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    nwa that doesnt work any more
     
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  2. nViATi

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    there's the problem. the point of tennis isn't to outhit your opponent. with that mentality you will probably lose most of your matches. be consistent and move your opponent around. you'll never get anywhere trying to hit winners every shot
     
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  3. Marius_Hancu

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    dannyjjang
    use some paragraphs, easier to read your stuff
     
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  4. Marius_Hancu

    Marius_Hancu G.O.A.T.

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  5. stc9357

    stc9357 Semi-Pro

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    I won't read that to jumbled up use some paragraphs like marius suggest!
    Did read some if jumping on your forehands works for you then do it!
     
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  6. SageOfDeath

    SageOfDeath Guest

    Tennis shouldn't damage your grades, and you really really need to use paragraphs its hard to read you posts.

    The best way to improve, get a certified coach.
     
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  7. supersmash

    supersmash Semi-Pro

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    What you should really do is practice and quit whining on the forum. And where is your question? What are we supposed to answer?
     
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  8. liionel

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    hitting hard doesnt break your strings. topspin does. and if you can be so dedicated in tennis, it shouldnt be hard being dedicated to your studies. :D
     
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  9. nViATi

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    my english teacher said something the other day
    "for every 1 hour on the tennis court, you should spend 2 in the library reading" she said Arthur Ashe said that. hmm.. maybe you should take his advice?
     
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