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# Where should you hit a shot when playing doubles tennis matches?

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###### 2005-10-29 20:19:42

In doubles you have more tennis court to cover, including the alleys. At the same time you also have a partner. Make sure you move as a team. Let's say that you're ready at the baseline and your opposing team has one player at the net and one player at the baseline then hit your return to the player at the baseline. This is the high percentage shot that has a great chance of going in. If you hit a high shot anywhere near the person at the net they will attack it with an offensive volley. Mix things up a bit and hit shots during a point that sometimes go directly at the net player. You can sail a lob over their head, or hit a strong winner down the alley, or hit an intense angle. This is the lower percentage shot, but it is good to put it in the game to keep your opponents on their toes.

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