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Tip #7 Play More Dropshots to the MiddleHits: [6135]

Tip #7 Play More Dropshots to the Middle

In level doubles (ie not mixed doubles), it is always a good idea to hit more dropshots to the middle area than down the sidelines.

Here are a few reasons why you should do so:

  1. Both your opponents will hesitate as they are not sure who should move in to take the shot,
  2. It is easier for your partner to cover the possible angles of return,
  3. It is harder for your opponents to lift the shuttle to the back corners from the middle of the court.

Tip #7 Play More Dropshots to the Middle

In level doubles (ie not mixed doubles), it is always a good idea to hit more dropshots to the middle area than down the sidelines.

Here are a few reasons why you should do so:

  1. Both your opponents will hesitate as they are not sure who should move in to take the shot,
  2. It is easier for your partner to cover the possible angles of return,
  3. It is harder for your opponents to lift the shuttle to the back corners from the middle of the court.
Comments
Mocca(113) 23/10/2007 09:44:29
i think even professional double players will sometime hestitate to take the shuttle when it's in-between the players.
A song(112) 23/10/2007 06:23:38
Good. 1 If your opponent not good in double 2 Smaller angles for the opponent to return. 3 Not fully agree * Prevent the opponent cross court net
Phil(52) 11/08/2007 11:00:19
i agree only when opponent is in "square" position, hitting in the middle area always create hesitation, even with world-class players.


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