Go For It On Your Serve.
Go For It On Your Serve. A good thing to think about when you want to attack in a match (by playing a slightly more risky shot) is who is serving. If you feel like having a crack at a loose ball with a magnificent screaming winner, it is a lot more sensible to have a go when you are serving. This is because if you miss it, you won't lose a point, only the serve (under normal up to 9 scoring). When you are receiving serve you may want to be slightly less attacking, and play the percentages more, and try and get the serve back before you have a big go (During the rallies you are serving, not immediately off the serve, for those mentally challenged WebKlub members out there). Also, if you get a few points up in a game, and you feel like things are under control, that is a good time to have a bit of a crack as well. Don't throw away your hard-earned lead, and if your opponent starts catching up you might have to knuckle down and play the percentages more. However, don't be scared to have a go at the right time. Happy Squashing, Rob