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Old 12-15-2012, 06:51 AM   #26
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If you getting lobbed repeatedly, that probably means you are coming to net like a freight train.

You are supposed to split step when the opponent hits, which rebalances you so you can go in any direction. That allows you to take the lob out of the air as an approach volley. A lot of people are hell bent on avoiding hitting a low approach volley, so they come in too fast and too far.

Lots of people can lob with their BH; I know I can. Rather than avoid the BH, better is to develop a good volley you can execute from every place on the court, IMHO.
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