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    Default doubles question

    Kind of a fundamental question I suppose.

    On the attack, when should the two stack on one side and when should they NOT be on the same side of the court?

    Maybe it's just how I'm positioned on the front (or it's my footwork issues), cuz lately a lot of cross court drops have been getting by me

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    Depends on the strength and weaknesses of you, your partner, and your opponents. If your partner is weak in smashing and likes to crosscourt a lot, then you're in deep doodoo if youre not standing at the T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borbor View Post
    Kind of a fundamental question I suppose.

    On the attack, when should the two stack on one side and when should they NOT be on the same side of the court?

    Maybe it's just how I'm positioned on the front (or it's my footwork issues), cuz lately a lot of cross court drops have been getting by me
    Just have to watch all the 3 double system from this coach and it explains everything.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwCq3vcmTNc


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