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Old 02-12-2013, 10:39 AM   #3
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No. I think the opposite. Playing a moonballer makes you concentrate on your footwork and improves your strokes because you have to generate all the pace yourself. It also helps you with strategy because power is no longer an option to win; if you try to hit as hard as you normally do, you will make errors and lose. You must maneuver the moonballer out of position, and doing so will improve your game much more than simply trading groundstrokes. If you can't beat the moonballer, you will not advance in tennis.
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