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Thread: pre-serve routine?
01-27-2008, 03:35 AM #18
annoyance is a strategy as long as you are not carded.... get it?
01-27-2008, 09:17 AM #19
Routine is key and I guarantee you all the pros have one. Certainly all the national level players in Canada do.
A big element of the routine is for focus, though. To clear to the last point from one's mind and prepare the body to re-exert.
One thing that no one has mentioned in their routine, but that is very important, is breathing. That is key, especially when serving.
01-30-2008, 01:10 AM #20
01-31-2008, 07:42 AM #21
Serves are arguably the easiest hit to do but a short serve isn't exactly easy.
For a good short serve
1- You have to keep it low. Low enough to prevent any offensive hit.
2- It has to travel just enough to be in front of the services line.
3 ( In doubles ) it keeps on player in front, the offensive formation, which leaves the sides vulnerable. So you have to hit a good short serve so the other side won't attack the holes.
since you can take your time. You should at least, position yourself carefully, mentally prepared and physically prepared. Me, i place my foot near the serve line, close to the T. I shake my racket a bit to stimulate the fore arm muscles and then position the shuttle in front of me with the racket behind. I take a breath and serve. So that I'm entirely ready for anything that comes after. A server that is served too quickly puts urself in a bad situation.
01-31-2008, 08:52 AM #22
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