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Old 09-19-2012, 10:33 AM   #15
pvaudio
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Find older players for your son to play against. If he's decent in the 16s, find someone at your club or that you can meet who is 17 or 18. I don't mean a 4-star recruit or anything, I just mean someone with years more playing experience who isn't reliant on his parents for transportation etc. A local junior's (I believe he played in the 14s) father used to ask me to hit against his son because of a similar reason. His dad would stay and watch as we played and would often ask me beforehand to do certain things (no one he plays against hits a slice, and I use slice about 50% of the time on my BH side just as an example).
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