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    Default Dip in form?

    i have just suffered a back injury and nw my footwork are all wrong due to trying to compansate for my back injury the past few weeks and its all now wrong...i seem to play damn lousy nw compared to last time...wad shuld i do?

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    stop playing until your back fully healed!
    I kept playing with a hamstring-injury..didn't work out well...form-dip was an udnerstatement(...actually won a C-tourny, and quarterfinal-C, both singles..)

    when your back is fully healed, start slow and work up. do shadowdrills, lots of drills..you'll get back in form!!

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    I definitely agree. If your back is painful enough to change your footwork, it's painful enough that you should not be playing.

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    lol...thks for ur advice dude...i have stopped for a week...=)

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