Originally Posted by frenzy
The net points I lost were like 70% my fault, the rest were good lobs from my opponent. This night I'll be training on the net play and also on the approach shots. Hopes it works out well
PS: Some people have responded to naming my opponent a "pusher", but please know that I do not mean it in a negative way. It's a type of playing like any other and if it is effective, why not. But it is a difficult type of playing to beat, because it requires consistency, placement, aggression and excellent footwork. Yes I lost the match, but I had a great time on court.
Pushers love lobbing, so work on those overheads.