Originally Posted by luvforty
2) there is certainly benefit in target practice, but where the target should be depends very much on the opponent... some guys like to sit way back receiving deep balls, some others prefer hugging the baseline.... there is a live person standing on the other side.
It is not going to matter how the opponent plays with these targets and they
are still where the ball should go when you don't have a better idea.
Hanging back, hugging BL, or rushing the net...these targets still give a nice
margin for error and allow you to cut loose more with of your power.