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Old 11-20-2012, 10:07 PM   #2
FrisbeeFool
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Originally Posted by kiteboard View Post
Decide to.


Let low balls come closer and attack high balls farther out.

When returning, gauge your contact point off the sidelines in front.

Decide where to hit returns ahead of serve.
What?? Decide where to hit your return before your opponent serves? Are you kidding me? I understand maybe trying to target your opponents weaknesses if you have the opportunity, but on your returns a lot of it is just reacting to the shot you're returning. Being so doctrinaire and mechanical about everything is a recipe for unforced errors.

Why would you let low balls come in closer? Move in and take it out in front of you before it gets too low.
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