Your serve definately puts pressure on my return and serve game.I don't know that I'd consider myself a stronger player all across the board - my serve (when I'm getting it in play) is the only significant weapon that I've got when we play. Well...that and my dashing good looks.
I take back my statement. You're just pursuing your self-interest. And it's not so much you as it is the situation. I guess it’s more of an etiquette sort of thing.Are you referring to my post?
If so , i guess you should have added "please" since I don't know TonLars at all..
Ha.....I am not exactly sure where you were going with your statement, but if you are regarding me asking TonLars to hit with me after watching his video, I am speechless.I take back my statement. You're just pursuing your self-interest. And it's not so much you as it is the situation. I guess it’s more of an etiquette sort of thing.
Yeah, I live in Australia so the NRTP (or w/e you call it) is hard to gauge here but theres a guy at my club who would most likely be around 5.5-6.0 level (once he finishes his studies this year he's going to start play some futures). The amount of spin is insane. Absolutely insane. It just rears up at you so quickly and you really need to prepare, hit it recover really quickly then do it again. Seriously, after a few points I was already stuffed as I was trying to really keep up with him (he wasn't even trying against me).slapshot / tonlars -- thanks for sharing the video. thought you guys looked fantastic!
i know what you mean about the quality of ball someone at the 5.5 level hits every single ball. i'm probably similar to you - 4.0 player - far better at doubles than singles. i've hit with Sup2dresq who's likely 5.5 and while i think i can have decent rallies with him -- i always get a sense that his strokes are never going to break down and i'd have to pull some amazing shot or more likely multiple shots out of my arse just to win a point.
keep posting vids. i could watch these all day.