A lob from mid court is a good way to get the ball to length and have time to recover to the T.
Published: 06 Aug 2004 - 18:37 by rippa rit
Updated: 18 Mar 2008 - 20:04
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Good tight length is the basis of all game plans. To explain tight (close to the side wall), and length means to get the ball to land in the back corners. A shot that can be difficult to retrieve successfully without some technical skills.
How does the pressure build up with tight length?
- Firstly, tight length puts pressure on an opponent, then it is possible to play their weaknesses.
- Secondly, once pressure is applied (and it may take several shots to achieve this), it is easier to put the ball where you want to.
- That means going for the weakness when the shot is "on".
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