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What should I work on?

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by EWL168, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. EWL168

    EWL168 Regular Member

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    I've uploaded my first on onto Youtube... guess they can accept up to 1 GB or 10 minute files I believe.

    The link is below and I'm the guy in the red shirt. This was filmed about six months ago. Is there anything I should work on or any comments about this game? Thanks!

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=gpEJ8Ixgwzw
     
  2. evylgrynn

    evylgrynn Regular Member

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    I can't seem to watch the video!
    this better not be us at the EDBA.....
     
  3. Elixau

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    Sorry, for being off-topic, haha.
    Is that Kinsmen?
     
  4. EWL168

    EWL168 Regular Member

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    This is Kinsmen! Good call on that one... and evylgrynn, I've got our other game we played as well that night... I've got the EDBA one too, but that one will only be put up for a laugh....
     
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    Racket up? at all times. you seem to slouch too...
    also... always have your foot forward... having your feet parallel isnt wise because you might get planted. umm i donno.
     
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    this is pretty off topic but how much courts are there in kinsmen? I might want to go play sometimes..
     
  7. EWL168

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    There's three courts at Kinsmen...
     
  8. evylgrynn

    evylgrynn Regular Member

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    try to smash harder.....
     
  9. EWL168

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    and move faster? Hit shots tighter? The usual stuff right? Hahahaha...
     
  10. evylgrynn

    evylgrynn Regular Member

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    you forgot don't make any mistakes
    and get yourself a really good doubles partner :p
     

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