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Old 05-17-2013, 09:57 AM   #7
Join Date: Jul 2010
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Originally Posted by 5263 View Post
One of the misunderstandings of attacking tennis you ref here.
These balls just past the svc line are really more of a mid ct ball than an
attackable short ball sounds like and based on line of shot & pace...may not
be attackable at all other than an aggressive rally shot.

Sounds to me like you have fallen prey to the myth that any ball bouncing around
the svc line is short and attackable, thus feel you have to do too much with
many of these balls that are actually hit pretty well overall.

I'm expecting you need to learn to discriminate better related to when a ball
is truly attackable vs one where you just need to be very aggressive with the
rally shot.
I completely understand that those balls aren't attackable. I just don't like the fact I have to wait around for it to drop down into my strike zone for me to actually stay in the point.

I guess I just need to know how to stay in the rally on a ball like that without messing with my court position.
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