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In training I make good shots, topspins, blocks. In game I always lose. I have a bad habit of wanting to make a winning shot. How to lose that bad reflex, but still make the good attack? If I don't make an attacking stroke, the opponent make the point.
Could you help me ?
Thank you in advance
It is a matter of resetting your goals for the match. Think about making as many good strokes as you can during the match. That will be your measure of success for that match, and not the result.
Aso remember that the strokes tat we teach at PingSkills will still be successful when you play them faster. A common fault is that players change the look of the stroke when they try to play faster. Try to keep the same stroke and just get the bat moving faster through that stroke.
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