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    Quote Originally Posted by akatsuki2104 View Post
    Haha yeah, we advised him a couple if time but he don't apply any if them.
    Basically, you need to have your racket in a ready postion all the time, that would really help your clears, smashes and also helps with defending

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    Hi guys,
    below is video of me playing doubles partnering fellow BCer wilkinmun. i'm the red t-shirt guy.
    first time watching myself in action n the feeling is quite... weird.
    anyway, feel free to comment - anything (positive, negative, improvement area,..)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_sBgMGIXWs

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgrcT7mMcRk

    Don't normally play singles but am beginning to like it.
    Good for keeping fit.
    Need to improve on my reaction.

    My opponent is 17. I'm 3 times his age.
    This is a weekly practice game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kinyik View Post
    Hi guys,
    below is video of me playing doubles partnering fellow BCer wilkinmun. i'm the red t-shirt guy.
    first time watching myself in action n the feeling is quite... weird.
    anyway, feel free to comment - anything (positive, negative, improvement area,..)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_sBgMGIXWs
    I believe you need to make a clear cut rules on roles
    I see that you and your partner trying to take all the ball, there is no coordination between you two

    and also, when you are at front, you need to lower your body more

    Quote Originally Posted by 1984AllENGLAND View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgrcT7mMcRk

    Don't normally play singles but am beginning to like it.
    Good for keeping fit.
    Need to improve on my reaction.

    My opponent is 17. I'm 3 times his age.
    This is a weekly practice game.
    it's a pretty good match
    you can play against young people

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    Hi Could you give me pro advices ^^ : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZX5zGEu3hQ
    This video is a little bit old 1 year ago when i was 16 . Im the guy in Red and the other guy is my twin bro ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by lining View Post
    Hi Could you give me pro advices ^^ : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZX5zGEu3hQ
    This video is a little bit old 1 year ago when i was 16 . Im the guy in Red and the other guy is my twin bro ^^
    Do you play Junior tournaments in your country ? Cause if you don't, honestly I think you should start. From the first couple of minutes (all I have watched so far) you are a very good player.

    I am intrigued to see that you use a backhand serve, yet your twin uses a forehand high serve. Of course this is all personal preference, I suppose seeing as he is your twin you will know quite a lot about his game, hence the choice of serve.

    Edit: looked at your profile, and you do play junior tournaments, which is good.

    Which surface is that floor ? Is it carpet ?

    You use good variety in your serve, and have a strong backhand. I will give more feedback later after I have watched the rest.

    I noticed that you are left handed, and your brother is right handed. (I am also Left handed) are your games usually very close between you and your brother ? Left handers are naturally talented at racket sports
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    Thanks Im in my 1st Junior year so Im n47 of the country but i can do better , next year i will be in top 25 (Approximately ) but it is not enough i really would like to become national player and live on it . If you have others advices thanks a lot ! ( Sorry if my english isn't well i hope you can understan me )

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    Quote Originally Posted by akatsuki2104 View Post
    Hi,
    here is 2 matches I did recently. Can you comment on it?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2B6xZPRovk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6GxWQF0ouI

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GfvQYiOARo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LaNKlr6nAc

    I'm the one in black and red.

    I've been told to keep my racket up but I still can't get rid of this bad habit

    I find myself quite slow on the court and so my play is quite slow too. What can I do to improve my speed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akatsuki2104 View Post
    I find myself quite slow on the court and so my play is quite slow too. What can I do to improve my speed?
    Your speed looks fine. Pretty good footwork and strokes.

    But one question: why do you wear your sweat band on the racket arm? Doesn't it add unnecessary weight to your swing? Unless you're doing it on purpose for training purposes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Your speed looks fine. Pretty good footwork and strokes.

    But one question: why do you wear your sweat band on the racket arm? Doesn't it add unnecessary weight to your swing? Unless you're doing it on purpose for training purposes...
    It's just that I have my watch on my left hand so I have to wear the sweat band on the other hand. But I don't feel any differences when I have it or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by akatsuki2104 View Post
    It's just that I have my watch on my left hand so I have to wear the sweat band on the other hand. But I don't feel any differences when I have it or not
    I suppose it's not as important in singles, but in doubles my reaction time would be slower with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Your speed looks fine. Pretty good footwork and strokes.

    But one question: why do you wear your sweat band on the racket arm? Doesn't it add unnecessary weight to your swing? Unless you're doing it on purpose for training purposes...
    sweatband stops sweat running down arm and into your palm

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZkVQ5AcfY0

    As the description states, a vid of a short training game - the previous match was much better, even though we didn't win it, I enjoyed it more. I'm the guy in orange, and as you can (probably) tell, my partner is technically the best player on court, even though he doesn't train a whole lot anymore....I hope to be able to match his backhand one day^^

    Oh, any suggestions on how to improve are welcome. I've played for less than a year and train 5 times a week right now, so there's lots of room for improvement! (I know my stance is too high most of the time - I'm trying to work on that. Any specific drills are very welcome, though.)
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpB8Bli-6wA
    Higher quality and fps count. Sorry for double posting :S If I can, I'm gonna take more vids and upload them, but it really takes quite a bit of time....

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    jackie, I have a suggestion for you. Tell your opponent (especially the one with white shirt) to stop sulking and enjoy it more, it's a game.

    On to you, pretty good controlling the front i'd say. I have a feeling you can do much more on smashes, they're pretty tame. You're not holding back are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stelios View Post
    jackie, I have a suggestion for you. Tell your opponent (especially the one with white shirt) to stop sulking and enjoy it more, it's a game.

    On to you, pretty good controlling the front i'd say. I have a feeling you can do much more on smashes, they're pretty tame. You're not holding back are you?
    He was a bit disappointed as he missed a lot of shots in that game....he's normally pretty cheerful and a very nice guy
    The smashes might be a bit weak because we did a pretty tough drill in training, and played a full match before where I had to smash a lot as my partner doesnt like to and has a noticeably weaker smash. But you're right, it looks like I'm relaxing my body and dont use any body rotation at all...I'm gonna work on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lining View Post
    Hi Could you give me pro advices ^^ : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZX5zGEu3hQ
    This video is a little bit old 1 year ago when i was 16 . Im the guy in Red and the other guy is my twin bro ^^
    i think I'm not wrong in saying your standard of play is probably better than most of those who give advice on this thread!

    immaculate forehand and backhand clear technique from the both of you

    love the footwork as well

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