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Old 12-04-2013, 12:24 AM   #20
Sir Shankalot
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Originally Posted by Say Chi Sin Lo View Post
Thank you. All it takes is a lot of practice and confidence. And a little bit of acceptance, that is: the one handed backhand is like a bullseye for people, and I've accepted that people are going to tee-off of on my backhand, so I just keep practising and hold my ground.
Yes, that's what I'm trying to do at the moment. I'm a lefty so having a solid and consistent BH is especially important to me.

I like the way you mix up slice and TS. This is one combo I am trying to work on at the moment: opponent hits righty FH CC to my deuce court-> I hit loopy lefty TS BH CC and deep -> opponent hits another FH CC -> I hit a deep low BH Slice CC -> opponent loses rhythm and gives me a midcourt ball -> I run around and hit an inside-in forehand to his BH.

Seems to work more often than not.
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