Here’s the situation …
You’re in a tight singles match, it’s your serve to the deuce court, and you’ve decided to bang your 1st down the middle to the “T” and stay back.
Heck yeah! Your serve stretches out your opponent, and the best they can do is to float a short ball back to the middle of the court and just past the “T” on your side.
That return of serve is just absolutely sitting there, just beging you to do something BIG …
And typically what we do is just that – we unload big time with the swing as we go for an outright winner to one corner or the other.
And you know the typical result, we find a way to screw it up and either find the bottom of the net or the fence on the other side.
And then depression sets in …
Dude, we can change that situation with a simple tweak to your mindset.
This is first and foremost just an approach shot opportunity. There aren’t any pros out there who can consistently stand there and unload and hit winners off of those short returns of serve.
In the video below, watch what Marcos Baghdatis does with his feet as he plays his shot when he gets a short return of serve.
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