Published: 15 Nov 2006 - 07:40 by SamBWFC
Updated: 25 Sep 2008 - 16:48
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Don't know if that's an appropriate title and I hope this post makes sense.
I was watching a doubles match at my club last night, the two coaches and the two top seeded players playing. Obviously, the game was a lot faster than a singles game, more volleys etc. What I noticed was, their response times are a lot quicker than my own.
Say the ball came near them, their racket was straight up and ready to return the ball. I have problems in doing this, is there any way I can practice this? It's as if I can't lift my racket up if a quick return is made by the opponent, and it's frustrating the hell out of me.
I've thought about doing some weight training in order to find it easier to get the racket up and ready, (I'm no weakling haha, I don't know what's going wrong!) is this a good idea? Or is there anything else I should practice? By the way, I don't hold my racket down to the floor when I play, I just have it at a normal height. Thanks,
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