Is the opponent the boss?
Published: 04 Apr 2008 - 00:38 by rippa rit
Updated: 04 Apr 2008 - 00:41
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If the opponent is allowed to stay in front, and at the T, they will probably win, and be the "boss" of the court. What does that mean? Try to move the opponent from the front position on court. How?
- lob deep overhead to force them back, so you can take the centre position.
- hit the ball away from the opponent, to make them move.
- hit the ball tight/close to the side wall.
- aim for the ball to land in the corners of the court.
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