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Quote of the day

'Never make perfect the enemy of good' -  Environment Secretary Michael Gove was recently heard using this expression.

A lot of things we do are 'good'.  Striving to be perfect in the things we do should not be at the cost of already being 'good' in those areas.

A little akin to throwing the baby out with the bathwater.  Yes, let's strive for CANI (constant and never-ending improvement) but searching for or comparing everything to a utopia can can carry a cost.

Technique? It depends....

As we know, the technique we employ on any given shot depends

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 on a range of factors such as:

- Opponent's court positon

- Our court position

- Ball we are receiving (level of difficulty - easy, medium, tough)

- Our shot intention (defend, rally, attack), and how to choose to do so.

Does your environment speak to girls and boys equally?

So asked Jo Ward, former British number 1 in a presentation at Loughborough University to LTA Senior Performance Coach candidates (our own Ed Taylor being one!) earlier this week.

Levels of 'predictability' - how are your patterns of play?

1.  Your patterns of play, especially in setting up, executing and following up strengths, are predictable but you execute so well that you maintain control over your opponent (and/or your opponent is weaker so it doesn't matter)

2.  Your patterns are predictable and you execute poorly giving up control to your opponent

3.  Your patterns are so unpredictable you make a high count of un-forced errors, lack basic discipline but revel in 'shot making' even if it doesn't win you the match!

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Aylesbury HP22 5PD, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1296 623453
Email: info@everyball.net

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If you have any concerns regarding your or others welfare or safety at Halton, please contact in confidence our Club Welfare Officer – Tom Mayer

07771 701629
tommayer@everyball.net

or via the club office

The Halton Child Protection, Vulnerable young adults, Bullying and Whistle blowing polices are published on the Junior notice board and on the Halton website and copies available from the office.

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The Halton Tennis Centre data protection policy is posted here (pdf download).

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