Sorry if I posted this on the wrong section because I was also thinking of posting this on the Junior League talk section, but here goes... I have an upcoming tournament before my AP test and finals; it's a tournament between our league/s. Also, this is going to be the first tournament I'm joining. Most likely, I will be playing one of the first 4 seeds in our area *gulp*. Our varsity team is 4th out of 8 teams, so you can say that we are exeptional. We are playing next week (Monday) and I barely have any time to practice because of AP testings, studying for the test, and finals. My question is: how can I, atleast, get a game or two, or maybe win, from these crazy players? Tennis background info. about me: -I am a lefty which will probably be a big advantage; sophomore; #2 singles -I am an agressive baseliner -I have consistent first and second serves; they are medium-fast paced for high school level tennis -I have stable groundstrokes and a powerful backhand; I can generate a medium paced ball with exeptional amount of topspin -I like, I mean I really like, to kill easy shots; I am tempted to :grin: -I have great lobs, average volleys, and consistent smashes -My weakest part of my game: consistency 1st seed: -sophomore; crazy nice; undefeated -he is great with ball placement and control -he has medium-fast paced serves for high school level tennis -again, he is great with placing the ball anywhere on the court -I believe that he is an all court player 2nd seed: -senior; really tall; lost 2 games throughout the season (from 1st seed) -he plays net a lot; he can hit flat balls pretty consistently; he can also generate a lot of topspin when he wants to; crazy fast serves -IMO he is better than 1st seed 3rd seed: -senior; tall; same team with the 1st seed -fast paced serves, high kick, very consistent -agressive baseliner and a serve-and-volley player 4th seed: -don't know who it's going to be; I'm guessing that it's my captain (#1 singles) Any help? Sorry about the long post. Again, I just want to know how I can a couple of games from these guys. Thanks a bunch.