Why Attack on the Serve?
Published: 19 May 2005 - 17:42 by rippa rit
Updated: 30 Nov 2008 - 13:15
Subscribers: Log in to subscribe to this post.
To attack, when the Server, is just another simple tactical approach to a match. It was a popular game plan before PARS (Point-A-Rally Scoring) was introduced. There was a theory for this approach. Some of the reasons behind this approach when using the International Scoring method:-
- Hand In (The Server), becomes Hand Out (The Receiver), and the score remains the same, if the point is lost.
- It is a way to assess which kind of play (hard and fast or steady) causes a weakness in the oppontnt's game, etc.
- It is a safe way of trying out before changing the tempo of the match.
- It is easier to change the pace,eg attack when hand in, and be careful when hand out, and it is possible not to lose ea point.
- If you are inexperienced, one point at a time, rather than change the pace during a rally, eg one hard drive, one lob, one volley during a rally.
NOTE: In PARS there is no second chance - once a point is lost there is no chance of getting that score back If attacking on every serve wins points, keep it up, of course.How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
Please Note: The most recent replies are now at the top!
From rippa rit - 11 Nov 2006 - 06:57 - Updated: 30 Nov 2008 - 13:15
From rippa rit - 10 Nov 2006 - 07:53
Sorry, only members can post replies on this and all other Members` Forum items.
Support us here at Squashgame.info! If you think we helped you, please consider our Squash Shop when purchasing or make a small contribution.