How do you determine a good - non-pro player?
Okay, I've been asking many people about this, but what makes a great non=pro player good? Define good?
Is it the ability to read balls, and hit well and consistently into corners or taking control of the game and changing the momentum or plainly hitting it hard at each other consistently?
I've seen alot of good players who are capable of bashing teh ball like hell forward, and return a very fast ball back to their opponent, but is a good player when you are able to dictate the game? Move the ball to your advanatge? Take control of the situation and hit for example, into corners when needed?
How do you define someone as a player, and be able to help them improve if you do not know exactly what weaknesses or strengths there are in correlation to differing styles between opponents?
Ultimately, I'm also asking, is there a universally good player? I know I'll get returns saying everyone has their own style, and depending on blah blah blah. But I'm asking is there a universal way to improve themselves?