Originally Posted by danno123
When hitting an approach shot, I don't chip and charge, I hit a chip while charging.
In my last couple of matches I've been doing this more and it has resulted in much more effective approach shots. But they're not just chips, they're driving slightly undercut backhands or forehands with pretty good pace that have very low net clearance, go deep, and skid. Very difficult for my usual opponents (generally, anything from 4.0 down) to handle ... even if I hit those shots right back at them.
66 yrs, NTRP-based, 3.0 in Tennis League Network (tennisftlauderdale.com) Play mostly at Hardy Park near downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Last edited by TomT; 11-19-2012 at 07:04 PM.