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In equal skills or advantaged skill singles, how to you progress through the match?

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by Danze, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. Danze

    Danze Regular Member

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    In a lot of my play of singles, I tend to mostly always only have one or two point difference between my opponent regardless of skill level. I find I kind of let my opponent get points through a subconscious change playstyle (clearing more, not smashing as much) when I'm ahead or at equal points. There has been instances where I'm three points behind, I know I have to catch up, I win three points in a row by playing without mercy.I know to always put in 100% effort, but what is the most common tactic to win a match score wise? Should we ever change mindset or playstyle depending on the score?
     
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  2. logicalguy

    logicalguy Regular Member

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    you like to give players chance :)
     
  3. OhSearsTower

    OhSearsTower Regular Member

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    sounds arrogant and lazy to me

    play vs better opponents and be forced to play your best at all times and still lose
     
  4. M3Series

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    Strictly discipline and full commitment. Period.
     

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