Okay, I just started to try out backhand low serve in singles and encountered some issues vs an experienced player. He attacked all my serves by pushing/driving them into the back corners, much like an attack-return in double games. The attack was too fast for me to reach it in time, the only chance I got was to intercept the shuttle, which put me under pressure and works only occasionally. When watching pros, they never return a serve like this, so I guess, that either my serve is too weak or that my response is too weak (most likely both). So, why do pros not return a serve like this ? Because the serves are so good, that the receiver is unable to push it into the corners or that if the receiver try to push it into the corners the shuttle would be intercepted and returnes much harder ? To prevent it, should I learn to do better serves or to intercept the shuttle ? How ? Or is it, because my opponent returned my serves like playing a double game and I just need to play more deep flick serves to 'teach' him a less aggressive playstyle ?