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Old 01-31-2013, 09:48 AM   #6
Nellie
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I don't think your backhand has be good, it just has to be consistent. I think you need to learn some patience on that side - don't be afraid to hit ten backhands deep crosscort. You don't need to win the point as much as put pressure on your opponent to have to go down the line (low percentage) to your strong forehand.

Also, I would practice running around that backhand to hit a big forehand.
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