Originally Posted by skwirnmn
Not a single one is shot from the front of the player.. 1 and 5 are from the side, the rest are from the back. work on that for next time.
everything is in focus, everything seems properly exposed.
I'm going to assume you used your strongest images from the set with the advice that follows.
Work on planning out your shots a bit more. With the multi-point games you're able to setup off the break for action rich images instead of taking pictures of people in bunkers and hoping to be in the right place. It's always better to be out in front of the action. Dives and slides shot from behind, unless at a ridiculously low and wide angle are dull.
Also, for your OTB shot be slightly forward of the players. The extra frame space that is currently filled by netting should be used to establish leading action (i.e. more space for the moving object to move into). Also, WAY too much head room.
The exposure seems fine and the images are fairly sharp with the sizes you've linked but without pixel peeping I can't really say for certain.
All of the information above is based on experience so take it for what it's worth.