Haha, yeah, desperate times and all that. We were playing an old couple, probably in their 50s and only just scraped the set 7-5 making a ton of unforced errors. It was losing my serve to pusher returners which tipped me over the edge
I played a doubles match the other week (I never play doubles, only did it to play with my friend in a tournament)....the 2 guys we played were the biggest mug pushers I've ever played against. I can totally understand your frustrations, we somehow lost 6-3 6-3 to them, they must've hit about 2 winners all match, it was embarrassing. Stick me on a singles court with them and they'd do well to take a game, but for some reason pushing works against me in doubles
I don't like the sound of being Federer in that match-up, but ok, so long as we don't have to play on clay
Don't worry, you won't see me playing on clay
I've only played on it a couple of times in my life and hated every minute of it
Answer the question, princess!
You're a ballet tennis player!!!!!!!!
I wish I was
my technique isn't pretty enough to be ballet style. Because I grew up just playing naturally without coaching, I have far too many flaws in my style to have people enjoy watching me
I'm not a moonballer. In fact, sometimes I wish I didn't hit so flat.
I'll need a video before I believe this