If you get beat by a pusher and complain about it then you are obviously not as good as you think you are.
My advice is to learn how to hit harder more consistently and learn how to take command of points. Learn how to view the court like a chessboard and set it up to have a commanding presence. Learn how to analyze your opponent to identify weaknesses and then construct shot sequences that force them into their weaknesses. Learn how to maneuver your opponent through shot sequences that get him to hit to your strengths while you hit to his weakness. But whatever you do, don't play right into his game strategy which is exactly why people lose to pushers in the first place!
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