Today we would like to mention a few experiences on reducing self-defeating or failing while playing from basic to advanced in single competition.
1 … Your first mission in every shot is to go through the net. If both you and your opponent are at the end of the pitch, aim your shot at a height of 4-6 feet to eliminate errors from hitting the net and ensure a good depth for your shot (in short. when hitting higher than the net, the ball is less net and the ball falls deep into the bottom of the field, making it difficult for the opponent, convenient for the next shot …)
2 … Aim the ball at the position inside the boundary for a large interval to ensure high error avoidance. Even the top athlete knows the huge risk of trying to hit the border (also called the 4×4 tactic, which means that the falling point you hit is 1 meter away from the horizontal and vertical boundaries, This tactic is often applied at important times, needs high demand, professional players will play safely when 40/40 or important game …)
3 … Every time you get into trouble while making a point and have to play a defense, hit the ball high, deep and cross the field so you can return to the position to make the next shot follow (diagonal will be longer for enough time you come back to the yard, if you notice will see professional athletes often give the ball or return the ball is difficult to start, rarely break the ball …)
4 … Touch the ball early or also called papilla (1/2 maximum height when the ball bounces). This will reduce the chance of making mistakes, have little time for the opponent to return to the field and force the opponent to be in a defensive position.
5 … Moving to the ball and getting ready early is key to stable strikes. Hit each ball in your batting area (the height of your hips) and keep a good balance when hitting the ball
6 … It’s usually safer if you hit the ball in the direction that it flies over rather than changing the angle. For example, the safest shot for a cross-handed shot is to return a cross. Only change the ball direction when you control the ball and in a good attacking position.