When all 4 players are up at the non volley zone line, the typical pattern is that there will be a dink exchange while all players are waiting for that ball that comes just a little too high, and is attackable.

A great way to mix things up, if this has been going on for several points in a row, is to throw in a lob-even a lob from a volley, one that is not so high that it can be easily attacked but just high enough to get your paddle under it well and lift it over your opponents heads putting them on the run and on the defensive.

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