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  • 35) FOCUS ON THE MALLET NOT BALL

    By pointing the heel of the mallet head upwards, it is easier to make a firm contact on the other mallet as it swings down. Aim at a point on the cane of the opponent’s mallet, two inches from the mallet head the real

    December 1, 2014 • Technical Tips • Views: 1697

  • 44) TURNING INSIDE AN OPPONENT

    In a match, during a ride-off, when the direction of the play suddenly changes; how can you turn in the same direction as the opponent, yet not be left behind ? The answer is by turning inside the opponent. To do this, you have

    December 1, 2014 • Technical Tips • Views: 1769