Originally Posted by LanEvo
Hey guys, so coming up my partner and I will be playing a different type of opponent, they are ones who essentially go double-back at the baseline on all points (at least from what I/we have observed from watching them in previous matches), personally I don't believe the both of us have enough experience playing against these type of opponents and we have talked about certain strategies.
But I want to ask, what the is the best way to play this match? What strategies should/could we use to counter? How would we counter this? We have discussed where we both go to net, but then the opponents could just lob back... What else could we do?
Thanks for all the advice, any helpful comment is very helpful and taken into consideration.
Usually, netmen try to blast volleys at the opposing netmen for winners. Blasting volleys at two baseline players will yield lobs, perhaps really great lobs.
The key is to play short angles. Pace is immaterial, slice is prefered, drops are golden.