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I often play with a player who is much stronger than me. This is a chance but it destroyed my game I never get a ball in the right place. If I play with another player, even a beginner, my game improves when I can focus on good gestures. But when I replay against this good player who puts the ball always "bad place for me," I make bad actions and my game deteriorates. What to do? Should I stop my workout with him or can I find an attitude that makes me progress. I always thought that this is a chance to play against him two hours because I play so well, but he refuses to make good exercises. Maybe I should stop playing with him?
Thank you in advance for your answer.
I think the best balance is to play with players both better and weaker than you.
When playing this player see if you can just work on one aspect of your game. Perhaps it may be getting the serve shorter and lower to try and gain the first initiative in the rally.
You can also focus on your technique when you are under time pressure. Find your balance and try to maintain it as long as possible in the rallies. You will also benefit by receiving better quality serves. Keep this opportunity and try to maintain your positiveness.
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