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Old 12-23-2012, 10:25 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by eidolonshinobi View Post
Playing pushers lets me work on one of my weaker aspects of my tennis. The metal part. The pusher is one style that will test your patience, strategical thinking, and your faith in your shots.

Now that I am able to topple down pushers on a regular basis, I know my game has improved quite a bit.

I agree 100%. When I play pushers I have to think much more on the strategy and where to place the ball. When I play other type of players I know that I will hit some winners and do some errors, but I know that they will also do errors...

Against a pusher all bets are off. I know everything will come back.

So for me a pusher is more of a challenge than anything else.
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