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Aritz does this all the time (video)

I dunno Curley, I brought this to the attention of everyone by posting this video, but it didn't start there by any means. I've watched Aritz for a long time, as well as other seasoned pro's and they favor throwing the ball back in singles to making shots or dejadas. Aritz has been doing that for a long time, the fact that it took 13 or whatever throws is because Manuel has always been great at saving balls. I do think that after the 2nd or third he should've killed it, but that's not a mockery, those are actually very well placed high percentage right side shots, while remates and even dejadas are not. Dejadas are harder to throw (correctly) than people think and Manuel is pretty fast.

With his caliber of play he should've remate the ball, but not every player can do that well.

I'm posting this video of Aritz doing the same thing to Egi in a tournament.

Aritz vs Egi


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