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Old 01-16-2013, 07:54 AM   #15
dominikk1985
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prep early (shoulder turn) and hit a lot of balls. this is the best advice I can give although it is quite primitive.

A former coach also did some drill where you had to count numbers loud (1 opponent contact, 2 bounce and 3 own contact). this can help to develope some rhythm and get a feel for the time dimensions but in the end you need to collect data by seeing and hitting a lot of balls, preferably close to match pace (collecting data of soft pushed balls is not going to help against hard hitting opponents in a match).
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