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As in real tennis, the key to victory is preparation.
In other words, watch the ball as it leaves your
opponent’s racket, get into position quickly, stop
completely, and bring the racket back early.
And don’t forget: hold the button longer for a powerful,
more precise shot.
The best serve isn’t the deepest serve—it’s the widest.
Work on getting the ball to bounce as close to the singles
line as possible and you will get your fair share of
service winners and maybe even the odd ace or two. And if
the ball does make it back, your opponent will be far from
the center of the court—a nice setup for your next shot.
Be patient. Like my tennis instructor once told me, a good
general rule is to let the other guy or gal make the mistake.
For service returns, try using a normal (hard) forehand
stroke targeted behind your opponent. With any luck, you’ll
make him look like a flat-footed doofus.
Check out the strengths and weaknesses of your rival before
you hit the court, then hammer away at whatever flaws you
find. It really does make a difference.