I noticed and asked him last week Posted on December 19, 2020 at 09:34:46 AM by Stu Neiman
I’ve made a few trips to Casino Miami / Fmr. Miami Jai-Alai, noticed his forehand was “off” and asked him. In short he’s playing with shoulder pain.
Now, as he arguably has the best reverse and costado in professional Jai-Alai today he can certainly get by and win many games by keeping it on the left but the Miami court favors right side dominant players who can pass and he knows this so having limitations in what is already a short season messes with the overall experience.
There is no way he’s “intimidated” by the competition, but he knows the points will be more competitive and both actual pain and the anticipation of pain when you are about to throw can mess with your head, increase the likelihood of missing balls, etc. Replies:
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