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    Default Keep you eye on the ball - but which ball?

    I always thought that your eyes should be fixed firmly on the object ball during pause to delivery of cue on final backswing.

    Discussion during mid session of world championships there was a coach who indicated that a number of top pros actually focus / watch the cue ball on delivery

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    It was Chris Henry, and apparently Judd changes between the 2, depending on the shot.

    Nearly all that he mentioned were OB though?

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    close your eyes like Williams does...

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    I don't think its a case of one or another depending on the type of shot.
    IMO it's all about rhythm - once a player is in flow / on a break he o

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    I have found with myself and some of my students that I place my eyes on the OB at the front pause and keep them there through the backswing and deliv

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    Thanks for the replies - Williams should have played that shot on Friday when May the 4 th was with him - but I sense the force is very strong with hi

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    Trouble with this is you may pull the cue off line on the delivery. Is it not better to watch the cue come back on the final back swing to make sure y

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