Hi all - just wondered if anyone had some good tactics to think about for a player that i will play in the league this week plays Anti-spin one side and LP the other side.
If he is not turning his racket I would always try to avoid the LP and play the ANTI. Much more predictable. I have a hard time imaging how his tactics would be playing away from the table. What would he do if you play short? Changing length would be a good way to make him discomfort. Placing the ball short and following up with a placement into his body might work. But it is really hard without having either of you seen playing and judging the abilities on both sides
Thanks both and some good things to think about - I think just to clarify. I have played players that have LP or Anti - but never together, and he's really good at using them together has only lost a couple of games and is one of the higher ranked players in our area, so it was more some ideas on tactics that i might not have thought about previously. @yoass - changing up placement and speed is a good thing to think about. Lobbing might be a little tricky as he tends to play away from the table and does that to a degree.
Which local league is this?