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Old 06-10-2004, 07:55 AM   #6
kevhen
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I prefer serving outdoors unless it's too windy. Yes it's easier to hit flat indoors, but I have a harder time hitting spin indoors. Outdoors I will go with flat with a tailwind and then hard spin into the wind. I will also make the ball move side to side with crosswinds. I let the wind help exaggerate my serve. I can't do that indoors, so I struggle deciding what to do since hitting flat all the time gets boring and predictable. If the wind is more than 10 mph though I would rather be serving indoors though and usually make my opponent serve first then. I do have a low toss that the wind doesn't usually affect too much.
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