Some may have seen me post elsewhere about having chronic fatigue. Still in lockdown where I am, but perhaps near the end of the year I'll be able to get coaching. I've had some but not too extensive coaching before, and my technique leaves a lot to be desired. I have some ideas about what to cover in coaching, though others may have something to add. I'm looking at modifying my tactics to discourage lift/drop rallies so it's less tiring. I think becoming a great aggressive returner of serve would help a lot. If the coach occasionally throws in a serve with a bit of height and I get good at attacking it not only would I often be able to end the point straight away, but it would put pressure on the server, which could result in faults or flicks that I strongly attack. So obviously I would also aim to get good at moving back for flick serves. Becoming strong at drives would be important if I want the rallies to be flat and fast. Developing a devastating smash would help in putting an end to rallies quicker. My footwork needs some work. Clears are something I'd want to avoid if possible, though if I had to would try to clear cross court as they would probably do a drop to my partner down the line. I also know there is a second type of clear which is faster and lower.