In singles, the basic strategy is to apply maximum movement pressure to your opponent. This means that you force them to cover distance rapidly and change direction.
After you play a shot, you should recover towards a central base position. This helps you to cover the whole court.
We know that the basic singles strategy is to apply maximum movement pressure to your opponent. The logical way to achieve this is to aim for the corners.
Hitting to the the middle is a useful defensive tactic, because it limits your opponent’s attacking angles.