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Old 09-09-2012, 02:27 PM   #37
vil
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I agree, you don't need two bounces, however if you are beginer it may be perhaps beneficial to get the ball bounce twice in order to give you more time to set up. Once you become more consistent then let it bounce only once. Lot of people use old balls for hitting the wall 'cos that's the best way to finish them off but usually they don't bounce very well and this is where the problem is. You are basically forced to come closer but this will rush your shots...not a good option. If you step further, you have to hit either higher or let it bounce twice..again not the most ideal situation unless you are beginer. I find it best when I have new or good balls, standing further back and just keep hitting normal shots. Balls are still coming back with a lot of pace and you have a "reasonable" time to adjust your footwork.
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