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Old 11-01-2012, 12:42 PM   #29
coaching32yrs
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Playing a pusher is one of the easiest tasks in tennis. You have to have the ability to move forward. Your opponent is never going to move forward and attack you. So you sit back and exchange ground strokes and wait for the perfect ball to come in behind. When you hit a perfect approach shot- come in. If it's not perfect stay back. If you cannot convert 70% of your approaches with this strategy the problem is not the pusher- it is you. You frontcourt game is very weak. You need 6 months of intensive training on overheads, volleys, half volleys, and positioning.
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