Learning from the Past: Martina Hingis' Court Awareness

by: Peter Burwash | September 17, 2013

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A lot of players simply hit the ball, rather than play points. Martina Hingis never just hit the ball. She worked her opponents’ weaknesses, opened up the court and plotted every shot.

What you can learn from her is that you must be in charge of the ball. If you’re just hitting the ball back, the ball is in charge of you.

 

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