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Old 12-29-2012, 09:50 AM   #151
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Originally Posted by NLBwell View Post
I think it is great to play on har-tru. It is slower than hard courts, but when dry, can be a pretty fast court. When wetter, it can be very slow. Between the necessity of adjusting your game to different conditions and, more importantly, learning how to move efficiently on a slippery surface, it helps to develop an overall game.
NLB would love to dialogue outside this blog if your interested , would love to trade thoughts ,also DB is starting to fly out of the nest more and I am going to need to stay busy if you want contact me through my youtube account and we could pick eachothers brains and if there is aything I can share to help you with developing you child it would be my honor.

also will post some of DB slicing just having trouble finding some . the slice

the intensity

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