I'd say don't think so much about the opponent and how to "win" or what they are going to do to counter you. Pick something about your kendo to work on and try to carry that theme through each keiko. For example, I sometimes tell people to just hold centre - try to hit mune-zuki on each opponent and ignore getting hit. Or whatever your sensei has told you needs fixing.
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