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One of my club practice partners asked me if I could bring my camera to practice. Of course I said yes and thought I might as well record myself too.
This time I wanted to record my forehand, since I never really have to think about my forehand while playing. Of course I know the mechanics I'm using, but it always comes naturally. I thought I'd be nice to have a more in depth look into my forehand by also using slow motion. This really shows the biomechanics used in my stroke. I added a short clip of my partner looping as well. That way you can see the difference in our techniques side by side. At the end I also added a clip from my forehand 15 months ago.

I also got a match of us playing. Are you guys interested to see the full match, or just some highlights? Let me know

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I'd like the full match. Imo your fh technique is perfect. Maybe ypur clubmate has less muscular tension, but you are going for more power (it appears). Anyway I'm not surprised you never have to think about your fh in matches.

Too bad you didn't video any third ball drill or multiball fh topspin from backspin, since thst is what you want to work on with a robot. Not sure what room is there for improvement seeing this technique.
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I actually asked my partner where he feels tired when he plays. I was hoping to collect some information about his biomechanics. I could have sworn he'd say in his arm. But apparently he feels it in his quads. Looking at his technique I feel like his shoulder is a little high when looping. Also I still thinking he uses a lot of arm. He generates power from using some weight transfer and a lot of arm force. That's at least what it looks like to me. I generate power from using a lot of hip/ weight transfer and the arm only closes a little naturally. We also have completely different starting points. He starts low and moves more upword before contact. I start higher and play more forward. It's quite interesting, cause his stroke isn't really a topspin nor is it a flat hit. There is pretty much no spin in his shot. When I look at both of our techniques I feel like his technique is more mechanical in a sense that it seems a little abrupt. Kind of like go and then suddenly stop.

I actually have a multiball clip from the b75 camp where a play forehand open ups. It's not the best clip, but I'll check it out again and see if it works. I thought I'd be a good idea to upload these kind of detailed technique videos, so that players can compare their techniques and also have a discussion. Everyone has a different technique and by looking at them one could take parts of the technique that might work better for them. By the way thanks for your compliment. The only real change I made to my forehand over the last year from a stroke standpoint was the starting position. When I started hitting harder it always was a loud sound. One of my practice partners also noticed that and told me about it. He also said that if I hit the ball more it'd be better if I play more forward. I had a lower starting position and keeping the racket higher really helped to create more power. Other than that I didn't really change anything form wise. Just more use of the body of course. And also no arm.
I'll edit the match and upload it as well.
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Here's a small addition to my forehand technique video. This one is from July when I was training in Denmark. Just a casually shot video with my phone.Forehand multiball
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I cannot wait for July to roll around again.

That's very different timing from your match video, earlier - close to top of the bounce, and much faster and flatter. The consistency wasn't as high as you would ideally want, but the coach was putting you under tons of pressure going corner to corner. And it was still pretty consistent.

Is that the type of fh vs push you would like to play in matches? It would put a whole lot of pressure on my push if you crushed a couple. Or I would switch to trying to topspin every receive and 3rd ball.
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Yeah consistently was only about 60% but that's very good considering the difficulty of the drill and the fact, that this was the end of week two. I also did a multiball session where I did 3/4 forehand against underspin, and there I had over 85-90% consistency for 1 1/2 boxes straight non stop. I have no problem taking the ball that early and going for the kill, but I only use it in close situations. Now that I'm mainly going for spin, this shot gets even more effective, as I can vary my open up between spin and sheer speed. I'm also looking forward to July next year. But now university is starting for me, which is really good, as they have a small hall available every morning. That way I'm going to be able to play twice a day at least three times a week on top of my normal schedule.
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Here's a new clip from one of my practice sessions. 

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I love that exercise. Looking good! I've been away from TT for about a month. I just got back into it this week and it was refreshing doing exercises like that with the coach.

Looking forward to more videos :)

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Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

Here's a new clip from one of my practice sessions. Practice (short clip)
the backhand off the bounce is so natural and confident, the forearm + wrist snaps happen early in ideal conjunction, you just let it go, it's awesome.
the footwork is there. the placement and height of the camera is smart, we can see strokes and footwork at the same time.
the forehand is incredibly consistent with one caveat: with super high consistency, arc and control, the shoulder gets a bit soldered to both the torso and (to a lesser extent) the upper arm: loosening the shoulder would allow the arm to gain more speed transferred by the torso, it is now linear relatively to the torso input, we got a direct transfer (exaggeration for convenience). With a loose shoulder, it adds arm speed through a slingshot effect, from where you are, that speed of the forearm snap goes up exponentially for "each notch of shoulder looseness" you add to the stroke. That often explain why some super athletic and fast players get blocked easier, their soldered shoulder cancels some potential output speed out.
Of course you know the concept and you play at a higher level than me with better fitness so I hope you take this as what it is, club house discussion and even more like a question to you. 
I really enjoy focusing on the shoulder: it is possible to build a model where all components of the stroke in the forehand actually serve a well defined and looked after shoulder looseness. It's so complex and I quickly reach my limits when adding situations where locking the shoulder may be necessary, due to lack of time for example. It is useful to know what we make happen, how and why.
An interesting topic is the double question: if shoulder looseness is that important (is it?), how can it be taught and enforced in young players' upcoming? if it makes sense, we may wonder why there is no such thing a standard scale of shoulder looseness and the description of diverse situations where each level (say 0-5) brings maximum efficiency.
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Gosh how did you get your FH up to this level? Could you give us some tips lol...
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@fatt It's interesting that you mention my backhand here. On that day my backhand felt completely different than it usually does. My backhand is probably the stroke that is constantly changing in technique. I went from too much wrist and too little forearm to a more natural wrist and a lot of forearm acceleration. But now I want to change the technique even more as I got the basic mechanics fixed. I want to try a new technique that I saw on TTR-Hunter's YouTube channel, but I'm not sure where I want to implement it yet. So back to the topic... I waited for the ball to come into my center, because I usually take the ball too early. So what happened was that I didn't start my stroke until the ball reached the zone that I wanted it to reach and that way my backhand felt like you describe it. I just threw my arm in there naturally like throwing a frisbee. It really felt awesome. I'll try to see if I can keep playing it like that or if it was just a one time wonder.

I actually use a harder rubber here then I usually do, but I'll switch back to my old rubber. I just can't play with this one in competition. I'm going to work on my forehand a lot more again, as I want to start improving it now. That's actually one of the reasons I bought a harder rubber, so I could hit harder. Once I get back to my normal training volume I'll work on the forehand excessively. I need to get my forearm speed back to the level that it had a few years ago.

I don't know if I agree with the shoulder thing. Factually I agree, but feeling wise I disagree. It feels like I'm using a relaxed shoulder, but I got told the same thing that you mentioned by someone else. So I'll look into it more. To your question how one can get a looser shoulder and practice it, the answer is quite easy. Let them loop with their body only. Once one concentrates on creating his forehand with the legs and hips entirely, then the arm just swings naturally.

@blahness I can't actually answer that. The forehand was something that just naturally felt good once I played a lot. I never really focused on my forehand. It just improved along my other shots that I worked on. But that's also why I once said " I fear the day that I actually have to work on my forehand" right now my forehand is a complete mess. I'm hoping that once I have my old rubber back, I can stabilize my technique again and start working on it more.
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After almost 2 years I started to edit some videos again. This is a match from last year, where some of my clubmates and I went to a national tournament for our league level. At that time I had around 1885 TTR (approx. 2285 USTTR) and my opponent was around 1956 (approx. 2356 USTTR). 


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Here is another more recent match. This  
match is a mixed doubles match from a recent state tournament. We played against the women state winner and a defensive player that plays in 3rd Bundesliga (over 2600 USTTR). He actually beat Rumgay and some other good players a few years back in an open. So on paper we shouldnt have gotten more than 5 points per set. Turned out to be closer.


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This Match is more recent. Sorry about the video quality, but I had to convert it multible times. Hope it´s still possible to watch.


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Curious about your extreme, Calderranoesque receive posture.  Do you think it helps you?  The last two opponents you posted hardly won any points except from receive errors.  But it's a very small sample.
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I’m assuming with “Calderranoesque recieve posture” you’re addressing my very low stance when the opponent is serving, right?
 Even though those are only a few videos, they pretty much show my biggest flaws, which you indeed figured out straight away, great observation btw. My receive game is one of my, if not my biggest weakness. I don’t really feel comfortable when receiving. Maybe I’m missing something, since I had to learn most things without a coach, but I never know what shot to play if the opponent serves to my backhand for example.

Now to your initial question, it’s not a thing I do because I think it helps me. When I play, on certain things I orient myself on my body feeling instead of the actual technique. What I mean by that is that I don’t think about the technique when going into the receiving stance. I know I need to stay with my knees bend, so I use tension in my legs as my orientation. But after some time my bend leg position wasn’t very demanding on my leg muscles anymore. So I didn’t feel the tension on my legs and automatically went lower to feel the tension again, as this is my point of orientation. I obviously reached a point, where I have to go down that low, and even now I don’t feel that much tension on my legs anymore. If I were to go up a little bit, which for a lot of people would feel like they are super low, I’d feel like I’m standing with my legs straight. 

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I am very jealous of your leg strength and flexibility.  I don't think the stance hurts anything because you rise up during the server's toss.  The steps you take in towards the table may not be helping you though.  Most serves are long.  And you are quick enough to get in for a short serve anyway.  

Maybe keep the Calderrano stance but set up closer to the table?  Give yourself more time to read the serve before you have to move.  
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Good game!

Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

I never know what shot to play if the opponent serves to my backhand for example.

With your relatively fast footwork, I would not be hesitant to use the chiquita - I notice you did not use much here.
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He's half a Jpen player lol with the heavy FH serves and push + whole table FH loops...LOL

Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

Good game!

Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

I never know what shot to play if the opponent serves to my backhand for example.

With your relatively fast footwork, I would not be hesitant to use the chiquita - I notice you did not use much here.
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Originally posted by BRS BRS wrote:

I am very jealous of your leg strength and flexibility.  I don't think the stance hurts anything because you rise up during the server's toss.  The steps you take in towards the table may not be helping you though.  Most serves are long.  And you are quick enough to get in for a short serve anyway.  

Maybe keep the Calderrano stance but set up closer to the table?  Give yourself more time to read the serve before you have to move.  
I really like your ability to analyze. You are addressing the issues that I also think I’m currently struggling with. I also noticed that I always run into the table like a berserker when receiving.
I try to focus na that when palying exercises, but I often find myself running into the table before the opponent even hit the ball. 
The only thing I disagree with is that you mention flexibility as something positive. I’m definitely not flexible, though I’m working on it. 
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This video is from my latest training session. I decided to do some forehand against backspin drills. It´s actually my first multiball session since July 2019.


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Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

This video is from my latest training session. I decided to do some forehand against backspin drills. It´s actually my first multiball session since July 2019. https://youtu.be/LkP1g-mfXhg
 
This is amazing! I tried doing something similar (not whole table though, just half table) recently again and it was absolute killer for the legs. Do you do any additional conditioning exercises for the legs to get the endurance and strength required? 
 
 
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At the moment I’m not doing anything for my legs. But I also had to take a break after 3/4 of a box for a few seconds.
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Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

This video is from my latest training session. I decided to do some forehand against backspin drills. It´s actually my first multiball session since July 2019. https://youtu.be/LkP1g-mfXhg

Really nice.  I especially like the end with two sidesteps between each ball.  I did that with my coach on Saturday but much easier, two balls to each spot and a normal feed instead of backspin.  

Your technique looks fine, but your feeder's multiball technique could be better. He should bend his knees, and use less underarm and more wrist snap.  Also close his bat more so it goes under the ball.  

I'd like to see this with a deeper, stronger backspin feed, the kind you have to spin up to open.   You are killing these.  The footwork is the same if that's the point of the drill.  But if you are also working on your stroke vs backspin these balls are (or appear on video at least) a  bit too easy for your level, imo.
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Originally posted by BRS BRS wrote:

Originally posted by Tt Gold Tt Gold wrote:

This video is from my latest training session. I decided to do some forehand against backspin drills. It´s actually my first multiball session since July 2019. https://youtu.be/LkP1g-mfXhg

Really nice.  I especially like the end with two sidesteps between each ball.  I did that with my coach on Saturday but much easier, two balls to each spot and a normal feed instead of backspin.  

Your technique looks fine, but your feeder's multiball technique could be better. He should bend his knees, and use less underarm and more wrist snap.  Also close his bat more so it goes under the ball.  

I'd like to see this with a deeper, stronger backspin feed, the kind you have to spin up to open.   You are killing these.  The footwork is the same if that's the point of the drill.  But if you are also working on your stroke vs backspin these balls are (or appear on video at least) a  bit too easy for your level, imo.
This was actually his very first time feeding balls. Considering that, I think he did extremely well. I had another guy from my club, that was much higher level and he couldn’t feed at all. I actually told him to use his forearm to feed, since using the wrist tends to lead to more mistakes. Some of the balls didn’t have that much backspin, but generally they had backspin on them. I think they don’t look like they have a lot of backspin, because I can hit them fairly hard. But I must add that I felt great on that day, especially with the forehand from my forehand corner (first clip). I really felt the weight transfer on those shots. A lot of them felt very effortless. But I need to keep my weight more directed towards the table, otherwise my mechanics aren’t working as well.
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For the first time feeding multiball he was excellent.  
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Multiball feeds with the new ball are almost always easy to rip through.  You have to use Chinese rubber and chop to put heavy spin on the ball.
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I just uploaded a short backhand multiball clip.
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There is a routine that I like on top of what you do in the video right above and that consists in having another ball mimicking the block v. your 1st bh loop v. backspin. Too often, we do a wonderful topspin attack like yours -great bh loop btw- but we may mishandle what's coming back so adding it to the drill to have 2 different contact angles close to each other is beneficial.
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Great suggestion. I’ll do that tomorrow
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