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How to beat an ALL COURT player. Tennis series #3

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How to beat an ALL COURT player. Tennis series #3

Post by BJM123 » Feb Mon 05, 2018 10:30 pm

These are often the toughest players to beat because they are comfortable playing aggressive or passive and they usually play well within their own game because they have all of the strokes and paces and they can play on all surfaces quite well. But, here are ways to gain advantages and even win.

(1) Develop a legit weapon and stick to that time and time again. The goal is to upset their rhythm.

(2) keep hitting deep into the court but instead of pace, hit with a lot of topspin to keep them pinned deep.

(3) Develop an aggressive mindset and style to wrest control from them...

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Post by Grossefavourite » Feb Mon 12, 2018 11:29 am

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Re:How to beat an ALL COURT player. Tennis series #3

Post by BJM123 » Feb Mon 12, 2018 3:28 pm

But when you can't tire them out, you have to outthink them

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