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http://www.hi10spro.blogspot.com shows how to play singles and we continue with the groundstrokes necessary.

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  • Anaben11 4 years ago

    horrible sound quality + dude, speak more clearly, your not talking to your
    dudes, you’re talking to an audience

  • Nick Shriver 4 years ago

    You seem to be giving conflicting advise. At 1.15 you say the DTL shot to
    the opponents backhand is a crucial shot, but then at 2.45 your opponent
    hits a DTL forehand (a shorter one) to your backhand and you put it away
    for a winner. if you hit that DTL shot, unless its very deep or powerful,
    then all your doing is giving up court position. Anyone who has a decent
    backhand will either put that away or roll it cross court and all of a
    sudden your on the run trying to stay in the rally.

  • Isaac Breen 4 years ago

    @hi10spro If you go dtl in a forehand to forehand rally forcing them to run
    for a quick backhand the most likely thing is a cross court to your back
    hand but it should be rather slow so you run around that and kill it either
    back to the same corner if their runnin to cover the backhand or dtl if
    they think ur goin back crosscourt. Just how i usualy play it.

  • liedetecter2000 4 years ago

    ever noticed the flapping noise?

  • Eric B 4 years ago

    unfortunately some backhands are good, my friend has a very solid forehand
    but a better backhand, I usually like to pick on his forehand when he’s on
    the run

  • Isaac Breen 4 years ago

    i dont perticularly like that u put “rules” i think a player should be able
    to play almost any shot, and be adaptable. however i do agree if u cant win
    forehand-backhand rally then your over ur head. but i noticed that in all
    your videos, u never once labled the importance of a good drop shot? if u
    posses a good one, they can only return cross court with not allot of
    power, lining u up for a down the line winner. other than that i love your
    videos :)

  • Isaac Breen 4 years ago

    @hi10spro that would be :)

  • Isaac Breen 4 years ago

    @hi10spro speakin of kids, if ur ever in america around summer time here in
    main there is a camp called camp laurel, they LET you choose your salery
    (nothing ridiculous of course) and your age group that u wanna work with,
    theres 8-11, 11-15, and 15-18 age group ive been before and i chose a
    $5,000 salery for summer break which is 2 months. pretty good pay!

  • Hawaii Tennis Pro 4 years ago

    @dmsbchs it’s like the pirates’ code…guidelines, you ever try to teach a
    kid singles…you need rules…so they don’t think

  • Hawaii Tennis Pro 4 years ago

    i’m talking about the need to be able to turn the court over from a
    crosscourt/crosscourt forehand rally, to one where you’re you going
    crosscourt backhand to backhand–then, switching it forehand to their
    backhand. but you have a good point. any good strategy has a change

  • Hawaii Tennis Pro 4 years ago

    @dmsbchs how’s that kid doing the 15 year olf. you got vid?

  • Hawaii Tennis Pro 4 years ago

    @dmsbchs how’s that kid doing the 15 year olf. you got vid?

  • Hawaii Tennis Pro 4 years ago

    @dmsbchs there’s a guy from atlanta? i met in michigan–charlie? scott? he
    knows a guy name henry beam…that worked a camp in maine…wouldn’t that
    be ridiculous if it’s the same one