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Old 03-10-2004, 10:12 AM   #3
Ben42
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Why isn't it logical? I don't see it being that different from a kick serve.

Like I said, I'm not talking about an Andrea Yeager no pace flat moonball. It's a heavy ball with loads of action. (Do you remember Thomas Muster?) When it hits it jumps.

The way I see it either the guy will have to move back, or take it sharply on the rise. If he moves back he can rip all he wants, but I'll have that much more extra time to see the volley, and he'll have less of an angle from being back so far.

If he can step in and take it on the rise, then he's got a hard shot to make. If he can do it consistanly I'd stop, but I think I'd be seeing a lot of floaters coming back at me.
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