Interference - Direct Access
Published: 19 May 2006 - 13:49 by rbrowne7
Updated: 12 Nov 2010 - 22:11
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Hi Rita - This is my first submission since joining. It's about time I had a proper answer to this question as many very experienced players Ibelieve are still getting it wrong. The scenario - Lets say the striker is just behind the service box on the backhand side and drives deep, meanwhile the incoming player instead of being set on the T to cover all shots is getting a bit tired and he is back from the T and basically just as deep as the guy that just struck the ball. the incoming player makes a B line for the ball which he could easily have got to, however the striker instead of allowing unobstructed direct access has in fact stepped backwards towards the centre of the court and totally blocked the incoming player. Can this be a No Let - because thats what I got the other night? We all know the incoming player is supposed to be camped on the T however, the point I'm making is that the guy that struck the ball must move somewhere else, either towards the front wall or back wall not just back into the incoming player. If the striker was a wake up he would straight drop or boast rather than play long. Lets hear some replies thanks!How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
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