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Thread: Going to net.

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2005
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    United States- Auburn, AL
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    Going to net.

    I like to be the aggressor and dominate the points, but sometimes that gets me in precarious positions in points. Any suggestions for the most opportune times to come to net? I understand the concept I just need a few pointers. Thanks.

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    Aug 2005
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    Orlando
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    risk

    All I wanted to say is this: When you rush the net, you leave open court. You take a risk. That's all there is to that. Regarding when to rush the net, you could write a book on it, and I don't have that much time right now. But generally you rush the net when you have the time, have the extra strength/stamina (i.e. you aren't tired, you are fresh), and when a shot is returned weak or as a lob, etc. You don't want to have to return the ball WHILE you are rushing. Hitting the ball while you're on-the-run is always a low percentage shot.

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