players have one problem in common and that is consistency.
a player will do well one day or even for a week or two and then
suddenly their game has gone.
For the amateur player playing two or three times a week in his
club or in league matches, there is not a lot he can do about it.
Usually it is a case of waiting to see when his form returns again.
A professional has more time to sort out his game, but even so it
is not as easy as you might think. Even among the top sixteen players
in the world form can fluctuate and looking back over the last ten
to fifteen years there are very few players who have performed well
enough, often enough, to maintain their ranking position.
player himself has only got a limited view of the shot he is playing.
If he could stand aside and see someone else emulate just how he
has gone about it, then he could appreciate more quickly what is
needed to play the shot correctly.
Has he / she got all the preliminaries right?
the length of the bridge correct?
the tip of the cue close to the spot on the cue ball that he/she
intends to hit?
the cue level at all times?
he / she fail to get their eyes back on the object ball?
In some cases I have seen where the tip of the cue was never any
nearer than two to three inches from the white ball, so what price
the follow through?
times one or more of the basics will not have been carried out properly
and a constant check is required to make sure everything is correct
right through the shot.
minor fault can lead to a lack of consistency but it often requires
an informed second opinion to firstly identify the flaw and secondly
and most importantly, put it right.
player needs a coach, even the very best in the world. If you are
struggling with your game make sure you obtain a second opinion
and have someone view your play.
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