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Old 11-28-2012, 04:16 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by martini1 View Post
You need to show where the balls are landing. The most important part is to see the control and consistency. You got pretty clean contact and they sound solid, but can't tell if you are controlling the ball to land on target and can't tell if you got enough spin to keep them in.
sorry, but that was my only camera angle option on that day. I would say 90% of the balls were going into the back box (past the service line). I want to focus more on my footwork and technique now, instead of where the balls are landing. I don't have any problems keeping the ball deep in the issues are everything else . I will do a video with the camera behind be as soon as possible.
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