Originally Posted by delsa
Me too. He just need more time than the others to learn and to get self-confident and at ease. What he hasn't understood is that he should fight on the court to get in a position were he could have time to be at ease and play his best game and not hope for his opponent to let him get there...
Completely. He's only offensive when he is led and has no other choice. But this kind of match will give him a good lesson, I hope.
The good point is that he is willing to fight even with bad conditions.
Now, he has to buy himself a new pair of legs... and everything will be fine