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Old 11-20-2012, 04:34 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by LeeD View Post
But if you just hit strong an IN, won't the other guy just groove in and redirect your strong shots back into one of your corners?
Shouldn't variety come into play?
Like so much of tennis, "strong" is a relative term, so if it is strong in the context
of a given match, the power should be effective in general....especially if you rarely
miss.
The thread is about going up a level, so if you can learn to hit stronger without
missing, it can help greatly with the idea of the OP.

Of course there are always more things to layer in, and I would layer in the
line of shot next. If you can hit a nice shot line for the situation that is strong,
it should work well to keep the moving and off balance a bit.
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