Originally Posted by Number1Coach
When you are hitting with some of the top 18 year olds that are getting ready to head for the NCAA and your also hitting with a lot of top college guys and then you decide to go down and play with 16 year olds you would have to change a lot , your hits would have to be with 16 yr olds to get ready for a ball that has a lot less on it , your reaction time would have to be adjusted, your return of serve would have to be adjusted , ect.
You would end up making lots of errors, overhits, he would still get the job done but would walk out frustrated because thats not what he has been training for over the last year and a half, it would have nothing to do with pressure at that point .
I know he's home coached, but sounds like DB could benefit from at least some hits with Harold Solomon. He has helped some pro players and might help broaden DB's capabilities. He made a ton of money frustrating his opponents.
He dropped out of college (Rice U.), by the way.