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Old 09-28-2012, 08:36 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by wihamilton View Post
If my opponent is dictating play, then yes. But if I'm in control of the point I don't mind going at my opponent's forehand. For example, often I'll do it to move him over to his forehand side, which exposes his backhand. Then I can hit a high trajectory shot to his backhand, forcing him to hit a ball high in his strike zone while on the move. Classic Nadal play.
What is the BEST way to break the pattern of opponent hitting crosscourt continously to your backhand ?
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