3-V Strategy: Dominate Your Opponent

Hey guys! I am trilled to meet you all again with this post. I was waiting for this blog for a long time. Since the very beginning, back then during the first video, I say that we will be talking about a lot of different strategies and how to apply them. I chose this one to be the first to put out there because it has a very important meaning and will work as base to keep digging into other ones in the future.

3-V STRATEGY:

It looks for players to avoid that ball into the middle. One of the most common mistakes in the recreational and advanced level is that players give up the middle to easy, so then when they face players that are a little better than them the price they pay is high. 3V mission is to be the first to take that ball from the middle and start to dominate with wide balls, using more power from the baseline to break your opponent and giving up power to gain placement when opening the court with a short ball. The final goal is to be able to end up in the net and close the point hitting a semi-easy volley that will allow you to finish your opponent leaving no chance to a second volley.

Take a look at the video below, it will clarify the post and it will give you some tips to apply it during the game!

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