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Old 12-03-2012, 12:32 AM   #15
dominikk1985
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Originally Posted by LeeD View Post
I can certainly respect your opinion.
But my thinking is, if I really want to WIN, and not look good, I'd reign in my Ad and Break points shots, hit more consistently, get it in, and allow a chance for the opponent to make a mistake to my benefit. Sometimes, that would mean pushing, when my strokes go downhill.
I often did that. My best game always was a combination of junking and hard shots. this usually really disrupts the rhythm of my opponent (think dolgopolov but not as good of course).

However I think for my game it would have been better to always play consistently good.
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