Opponents will often hit a squash ball to your backhand. Learn about movement to the left right corner and covering the court in squash with this free video on squash drills.
Okay, the back hand when you play squash probably sixty or seventy percent of your shots are to your back hand cause the opponent your back hand usually weaker shot and that's where your opponent attacks all the time. So, you have to really be good at getting the ball at a back hand corner. So, once again there's several ways of getting to the back hand. There's the four step drop which is going to be left, right, left, right which puts you here and you could see, I can now recover the tee. There's going to be the three step drop which is going to be right, left, right and then there's side step which is going to be like this puts you in good position to hit the ball. So, the idea here is to be able to cover this whole back corner in a very efficient number of steps and there's times if I am under great pressure, they smack a ball hard on my back hand where I was here to go big step and a big step and I just loft the ball back. So, you have to be able to keep the ball in play at times. That's why having the ability to measure your steps perfectly and then to do it with a lot of repetition so that it's second nature when you playing match. So, think about this when you practice at home. You want to just go left, right, left, right or right, left, right or side step take the ball or just a big two big steps under pressure. So, that's a way of covering the whole back hand corner in a more efficient manner.
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