Tennis is the game of pressure so the more pressure a player puts on this weakness with, the more they have a chance to quickly dominate the rival.
All players have strengths and weaknesses but some opponents struggle a lot with specific strokes. Discovering this weakness and putting pressure on it is a successful strategy that should be applied against a player with visible technical deficiencies.
On the other hand, consistent players try to force opponents to make unforced errors and their main job is to keep the rally as long as possible. They are solid from the baseline and mostly their forehands and backhands are at the same level. They are patient and don?t like to take the initiative during the point. Tactically putting pressure on them with calculated attacking shots is vital to overcome them.
To improve control over the sliced, backspin shot from the forehand side.
To improve skills that are necessary to take advantage of short balls and win points at the net.
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