Okay on the segment, changing the direction
of the ball. So what that means is I’m going to throw kind of a straight ball down the
line and I want him to hit a cross court off of it. So it requires extra footwork and approaching
the ball proper. So it’s all the stuff that we’ve talked about, you have to put into play
on a shot like this because a lot of times this is where opportunity strikes, is when
somebody hits a ball up the line and it’s not that good then you can hit a ball cross
court and you’re going to put them in a deep hole and win the point. So Ken’s going to
hit this back hand top spin, cross court off my straight throw. Good shot Ken! More angle.
Hit it cross court now, you got to get away from the ball. That’s it, that’s a beautiful
shot. So it’s not the easiest thing in the world, is to change the direction of the ball,
but there’s a lot of, a lot of profit in it. But, there’s also some risk, that’s why you
have to be very, you have to use good judgment on when to do this. So, the idea is that off
a straight ball, you want to go cross court. And the next one we’re going to cover is going
straight off a cross court.