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Old 03-25-2009, 12:05 PM   #7
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Default Re: Having trouble playing against flat hitters!

More- less all of the above said should work.
The footwork is essential, don't try to overhit him. Be patient, change the rhytm - drop him slice occasionally, put a deep ball with spin on the weaker side, and according to what I think the most important thing: Move him arround the court, running him left and right . He'll make a mistake.
Well of course, it depends what his level is. But this should be enough .

I love playing flat hitters, I try to be patient during the rally.
Yes he can outpower me ,and could finish a point greatly .
But the next two or three are his errors!
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