Re: WHY D-T-L ON APPROACH SHOTS?
Tony, the basic theory is that if one approaches down the line, then one has
more time to cover the angles (get to a better net position) for the passing
shot - something that might be more difficult if one approaches cross-court.
However, there really should not be a hard and fast rule, as it depends on
the situation i.e. where the opponent is, and the strengths and weaknesses
of the player approaching.
Hope this helps!
Received on Fri Sep 22 2000 - 10:10:52 CDT