Last updated 7 years ago
Once in a while I have an opportunity to practice with better players. One thing that I notice is that when they block for me, they add a lot of pace. The result is that even when I make a soft topspin, their block is faster than my loop. It is especially common with kids, and I have to ask them to slow down, often unsuccessfully. Why do they do this? Is it because advanced players punchblock even in practice situations?
I think it is just a matter of education. It is important that when you are blocking you should block at a pace that is benefitting your practice partner.
I guess it is just a matter of keeping on telling them to slow down.
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