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What if we told you the middle of the court is NOT the best place to recover to, except in one specific situation? The absolute best place to position yourself actually depends on the position of your opponent, and it's what we call the "new middle". Here's how to find
Ian, Kevin and Megan clash in the latest point play scenario: crosscourt feed, crosscourt return, change direction - then the full court is fair game. Who will stay on top and who will fold under the pressure? Watch more point play videos here: 2 vs 1 Crosscourt Forehand - https://youtu.be/L9ZR_m22_Lc
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The elusive “Zone”...what is it and how do we achieve it? The Zone is a state of mind that allows for optimal performance. Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to actually practice this state of mind so that we can achieve it every time that we play or perform.
While the age old advice to “watch the ball” is good, it’s not completely comprehensive. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say “watch the ball...some of the time.”
What if instead of chasing the ball down you had the ability to move where the ball was GOING to be? How many more POINTS would you walk away with? How many more MATCHES? It's a skill every player can develop... Here's how. Learn how to anticipate your opponent's shots with this $1
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