Wimpy Server Mini Course

[headline_tahoma_medium_left color=”#000000″]How to Beat the Wimpy Server[/headline_tahoma_medium_left] Singles Strategy – Mini Course

 

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[headline_tahoma_small_left color=”#000000″]6 Tactics to Deploy Against the Wimpy Server[/headline_tahoma_small_left]

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[two_columns_1]Tactic #1[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2][/two_columns_2]

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[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]1) Use more topspin on your returns Here’s the deal. The Wimpy Server is relying on us to over-hit the return and miss it. This actually happens a lot against the Wimpy Server because their slow serves look like a easy ‘puppy’ shots, but they are actually difficult shots if you play them the wrong way. We need the extra topspin because we need to make the ball stay in the court. Remember, you will likely be standing inside the baseline and not behind it when returning the wimpy serve so we lose court space and it is easy to hit this shot long. [/two_columns_2]

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[two_columns_1]Tactic #2[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2][/two_columns_2]

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[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]2) Return mostly cross court. You will gain 4.5 extra feet of court space as opposed to hitting down-the-line. This is important because they are relying on you to over-hit and return the ball long.  [/two_columns_2]

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[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]3) Treat the return as an approach shot by minimizing your swing and approaching the net after the return. This works especially well against players that do not pass or lob well.   [/two_columns_2]

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[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]4) Use the “matching” method. Whatever speed the serve comes to you, send it back at the same speed. This is particularly helpful if you are over-hitting and giving away freebies. [/two_columns_2]

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[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]5) Align yourself to favor your stronger side. This is possible with the Wimpy Server because he allows us the time to move around our weakness. Take advantage of that.  [/two_columns_2]

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[/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2]6) Try a drop shot off of your return. The ball is already short and soft, two things needed before you attempt a drop shot. This will also decrease your chances of over-hitting and making errors.  [/two_columns_2]

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Course Summary & Takeaways

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Three Things to Avoid Against the Wimpy Server…

1) Don’t get lured into trying for winners. It is the easiest way to make errors and is what most Wimpy Servers want.

2) Don’t understand the counter-punching ability of a Wimpy Server. They get a lot of practices at this because they are always being “wounded” off of their serves.

3) Don’t get “flat-footed” on the return. These players can lull you to sleep because you know they can’t hit a service winner.

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