Episode#:46 Shaun Boyce and Bobby Schindler

In this Tennis Tip, USPTA Certified Tennis Professional Rob Carver talks about where to stand when your partner is serving.

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Today's tennis tip comes from USPTA certified tennis pro, Rob Carver, about the best place

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to stand when your partner is serving.

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Have a listen and let us know what you think.

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Hi, I'm Rob Carver, author of the book 366 Days of Tennis, a tip of day to improve

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your game.

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And today, I got a great tip for you.

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Recently, a player asked me, "Where was the best place to stand when their partner

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served?"

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I told him, "Anywhere but the same spot for the next two hours."

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There's no absolute best place to stand.

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Tennis is a situational sport.

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When your opponent is live often, you should stand farther back in the box.

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If your opponent drives the majority of the returns, you might want to stand closer in

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the box.

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Does your opponent always hit the same shot?

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Of course not.

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So, why would you stand in the same spot for every point?

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Try to stand in a different spot and see how many times you can influence your opponent's

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returns.

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It's also fun if you force an error from your opponent when all you did was stand in a

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different position.

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Remember, anywhere but the same spot for the next two hours.

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