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    Finding GAP in opponents Footwork


    Hey guys, I would like to hear feedback from you on this topic. Is this hard to train? Have you mastered this maybe? What are ways to train this?
    I think that this is really important stuff on which nobody talks about.

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    I feel that in the example of Gauzy hitting that winner past Kallberg what was really going on was a good serve followed by a (relatively speaking of course) weak, attackable return. Gauzy was ready to blast the ball past Kallberg on either side. By waiting a tiny bit Gauzy forced Kallberg to commit to one side and then hit into the open space.

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    Feel pretty obvious that you want to place the ball so the opponent need to move? Wide corners or pocket and the rest is crap haha 😀

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