Originally Posted by dominikk1985
you don't need to hit soft. hit at a pace that you can produce over and over again without making errors. over time tht pace will increase as you get better.
what you should not do is swinging as hard as you can because you want to end it. that is what the pusher wants he doesn't care if you hit a few winners as long he is winning.
I have even heard of defensive players (not really low level pushers) that would intentionally feed "assists" for you to hit a winner and then compliment you to feed your ego and make you swing away more.
Sometimes I do that to him. I assist him a ball knowing that we will place it at a particular place in the court and I know I can pass him or hit behind him. It works.
When I draw him to the net however... most of the times he rushes back to the baseline
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