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Old 11-30-2012, 05:55 AM   #17
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Default Re: Why players don't go to net more often?

nothing about 'training' that is false logic, despite the overall pro game turning into an entirely baseline battle, tennis players are still trained just as much as ever on volleying

many can do it well but it will not be as effective as it once was no matter what. I mean any player in the top 100 you'll witness do some great vollies from time to time, not using the tactic frequently does not reflect their ability

going to the net is suicide in today's game, when the last time you saw that work against some with good passing shots like Nadal, 5 years ago?
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