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    Types and Importance of Defensive Shots in Squash

    May 7, 2015 3:27:56 PM / by Diego Caballero posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, Learn more about squash, lob, counter drop, defensive squash, beginner tips, boast, squash tips, squash training, straight drive, straight drop

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    Squash is a very fast-paced and aggressive game that requires a solid defensive strategy as players can find themselves under pressure from their opponent a lot of the time. In the game of squash whenever a player is under heavy pressure from their opponent, defensive play is essential to both regain control of the rally and to conserve stamina. When in trouble on court there are different shots and strategies that can help a player recover from an undesired situation and get back to an attacking position.

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    Squash - High Soft Cross Court Lob

    Feb 27, 2013 8:33:52 AM / by Jeff Warren posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, lob, cross court, squash

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    My favourite shot in squash is a high soft cross court lob that catches the side wall and then dies in the opponents back hand corner.  I prefer this over a flat nick in the front court, over a clinging drop and over a dying hard straight length.  I find it extremely satisfying to win a point this way.  I also like this shot because as long as it is hit relatively well I get time to get back to the 'T' and get in position to attack my opponents next shot. It is said that golf is a sport of misses and you need to minimize the trouble you get yourself in to and I believe this is true of squash as well.

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