Heya, IHTNC. Let me try to see if i have something useful tips in my little scrap-book.
Wall-game: First of all, you gotta keep cool. Don't panic. You see you're cornered, and you do anything to make sure your back don't face that wall. DONT! Keep cool, and don't mind you've been cornered. Being risky i'd still recommend you to get your back off that wall. So:
- Defend - Block your opponent as good as you can, and retaliate.
- Pressure him - Lay a pressure,(safe pokes and similar are good) and force him to back off.
- Sidestep until your clear of the wall, and block Opp if he attacks.
I used to panic at those walls myself. I just didn't want to ending up as a poster from a good wall-combo. And so i made lots of irrational moves. BAD!
Poke him, throw him, counter him, FLASH him, juggle him - just don't panic! -.-
Keeping Pressure: If you wanna keep your pressure, and of course you wanna do that. Pressure is an offense - offense is damage - and damage is victory.
Well, there's serveral ways at doing this. BUT! You gotta find your own way. Practice makes perfect. Play, play, play - and when your fingers get sore, even bleeds - play some more!
- Know your juggles!
Some JG's (juggles) has high dmg (damage), and being JG's its guaranteed! But they're often not very okizeme friendly, meaning your okizeme gets limited - maybe even killed. So do you want the full profit of your guaranteed JG, or do you want to halving the JG dmg and benefit from a stronger okizeme?
- Know your frame-data!
Frame-data is essential if you don't wanna end up getting punished from gettin' your moves blocked. Know WHEN to use what, and how to use 'em. Don't use your high-frames moves from a distance where you know your chances of landing it is limited. Furthermore, you got moves which grands you plus damage, or forces your Opp in FC. Use this to your advantage!
- Be smart and learn by your mistakes!
Like i wrote above, don't go throwing off casual bad-frame moves, leaving yourself in a world of hurting. As your skills improove, you get a better sense of when to take the offense, when to be defensive and which moves fits the situation!
If you get backdashed and punished repeatedly, then maybe you'd want to dash in at first or courage your foe into making a mistake to turn the tables.
Well, can't think of anything else to say at the moment. I'll edit my post if i think of anything more.
Hope this is just a little useful.