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R Carver
11 Jan 10 11:58
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Slow start against increasingly confident opponent. Miss a few simple balls, opponent goes a couple clear.

Slow game down, commence slow, low scoring tactical affair, disrupt opponents rhythm, confidence, interest.

Mistakes creep into subdued opponent, take controll, start hitting it as sweet as a nut, rattle off 6 consecutive frames hardly missing a ball, surge into next round, bewildered opponent on next train home.

Ebdon's my favourite player. This seems to be his pattern. Am i correct?
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Report tennis plums done January 11, 2010 12:00 PM GMT
yes, no, maybe

problem is when the grinding is done you have to have the onions to start scoring,never used to be a problem for peter, but these days, not so sure
Report R Carver January 11, 2010 12:02 PM GMT
TPD - i think you are right. He used to be able to switch into a higher gear more effortlessly. Is it possible yrs of grinding have had an impact on his concentration?
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