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Old 01-16-2014, 12:40 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by user92626 View Post
What's your definition of "a really good pusher"?

For my sanity I think of tennis as simple. Watching pros play, playing the game myself proves this: you need to play correct shot selection and it's all about speed. Sport is speed!
If I were to put in simplest terms, a really good pusher is one who is almost never beaten in a baseline rally... meaning they never cough up an unforced error from the baseline.

To beat a good pusher, it requires a non-baseline weapon.

Most players do not possess a consistent non-baseline weapon which is what makes them extremely hard to beat at 4.0.
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