Ranber Bajwa is fighting against some of the best high school tennis players in the region.
Because the second-year student of Nordonia has been ranked No. 1 in singles since last year’s game. Bajwa is only 1-4 in the season, but he is gaining valuable experience.
“By playing the first singles, you can see that Ranber is really talented as he tries to focus and see what he can do against his opponents and try to win,” Knights head coach Ryan said. Vehar. “I think he is still learning tennis as a sport. I think he learned a lot about shooting in the various camps and clinics he went to as a young man.
“They actually focused on reducing his shot, but overall” Hey, we have two or three sets to play against this opponent here … it could take an hour or two or three hours. up and down and back and forth, let’s see how you do, ”I think he’s still really learning this competitive side of it. Now go out against the opponent and try to study that opponent, them determine, match with your own game. and the ups and downs of not getting it for the game and then going back and changing a little bit to call there are a lot of things .. Even in the air conditioning, we were talking about Ranber. loose. and thin, stretching long enough and in good enough condition to play regular singles.
“Ranber’s team needs him to be a player who can compete against some good players from other schools. She can really make a kind of beautiful shot. When he gets this ball in the right position, he can actually compete with his opponent in a few good walks. If he is on the field with a hard shot from his opponent, he will take that racket around and that ball will hit you just as hard. However, he is not so sure of his topspin backhand. He loves to avoid it and go after the cut, and that’s exactly what makes him difficult because he doesn’t have a good enough touch to keep this cut at a good level. His opponents are taking advantage of that. “
Bachva is working hard to improve his ministry.
“Ranbir is trying to make this first service a good weapon,” Vehar said. “She has the speed of a shot. She can hit it hard, but she wants to control it to get a few more people in.”
Bajwa’s playing experience as a new student doubles as he gets closer to the net as the season progresses.
“If Ranbir uses the speed of his ground shots to corner his opponent,” Vehar said, “we’re talking about ‘Can he hurry the net before his opponent has a chance to hit a good shot?’ hitting the ball into the crossbar shortens the score and puts an end to the point. “
Bajwa came out with a very good player in the Netherlands with a score of 5-0 on April 8 at home to the Twinsburg National League rivals and fell 1-4 in the season. He lost 6-1, 6-3, but played in competitive sets.
“Ranbir took the lead early and was 2-1 and 3-2,” the coach said. “I felt he had a legitimate chance to finish the game up to three sets. He was focused and planning. We talked about keeping his opponent on the front line longer. At the start of the set, he kept the ball deeper in the main line and scored more points, but he tends to cut the ball a little and doesn’t put the ball deep enough. The end result is that his opponent can go out and get the ball close to the goal and they have too many corners and then he is in a vulnerable defensive position that often can’t keep the point. “
Three days earlier, on April 5, the Knights lost to Aurora League crossover rivals 5: 0. Bajwa only had the upper hand and lost 6-0, 6-0.
However, Bajwa is learning “at work” and has a bright future on the tennis court.