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Home > Squash Tips > The Reverse Angle
   

The Reverse Angle

 

This shot is extremely testing to play against but is rarely played enough.

It is most effective when hit well along the side wall, then the front wall and dying away from the opponent (Shot A). It should be played fairly infrequently and in conjunction with the cross court drive - into the opposite diagonal of the court as in Shot B.

Ideally, both the reverse angle and the cross court drive should be played with a similar stance, thereby further creating doubt and increasing the effectiveness of both shots. It will add value to the good cross courts you play and also help to take some pressure off the bad ones.

It should not be played when too far forward - which would bring the ball back toward yourself - or when too far back and possibly dangerous.

Played correctly, it will normally force the opponent to play a loose cross court return, allowing you to play deep and straight into the gap or back across the court as your opponent attempts to cover straight.

   
   
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