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This player is just starting to play tennis.
This player has limited experience and is still working primarily on getting the ball into play.
Avoids backhands, double faults common, reluctant to play net.
Often chooses to hit forehand instead of backhand, can sustain a short rally of slow pace.
Fairly consistent forehand and backhand with some directional intent but lacks depth control, consistent forehand volley, inconsistent backhand volley, fairly consistent on medium-paced shots.
Starting to develop forehand and serve spin, more aggressive net play, consistent overhead on shots within reach.
Starting to develop backhand spin, developing low volleys on both sides, follows aggressive shots to the net and put away easy overheads, good consistency on ground strokes with directional control and depth demonstrated on moderate shots.
Very good backhand and forehand consistency, aggressive serving with limited double faults, beginning to vary game plan according to opponent.
Strong shots with control depth and spin, can use backhand as an aggressive shot with good consistency, has a variety of serves to rely on, passing shots are hit with pace and high degree of effectiveness, can lob offensively.
This player is capable of hitting dependable shots in stress situations, has developed good anticipation (from such things as oppo- nent’s toss, body position, backswing, preparation). First and second serves can be depended on in stress situations and can be hit offensively at any time, can analyze and exploit opponent's weaknesses.
A player who typically has had intensive training. Obtained a national ranking (6.0), or is a world-class player (7.0).
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