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Love your emails and they get me so excited to go out and play dubs! Thank youBob T.
I have a big league match coming up so this is very helpful I have never done any of the above. I’m more of a singles player and I find myself timid at the net. I’m excited to try these tomorrow when we practice.Jen T.
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I have begun to actively analyze the match and my opponents as I am playing. Thanks to your lessons, strategy is becoming a part of my game. I still have much to learn but I have the tools I need to improve. Thank you!
Tiffany SanfordUSTA 3.5 League Player, Austin TX
I now try to be more active at the net. Will has a strategy-based approach that would be especially useful to existing double partnerships (3.0 – 4.5) in developing plays and strategies effective in solving the Rubik’s cube of a competitive double match.