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    Posted: 01/14/2017 at 9:44am
FZD and Liam Pitchford have something in common in the arm motion when unloading a powerful bh loop from mid distance. 

Liam's BH loop technique is very clean and efficient; I kind of consider that motion a standard today:
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...and it works in matches too!



Here he explains the bh topspin technique:



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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

FZD and Liam Pitchford have something in common in the arm motion when unloading a powerful bh loop from mid distance. 

Liam's BH loop technique is very clean and efficient; I kind of consider that motion a standard today:


It looks to me Fan's BH is more wristy...
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Liam is amazing player. I think he is very underrated. He should be in TOP 30
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powerful. Thanks for sharing
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I really want to see a slow motion of his bh! Might be a good stroke to imitate.
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If you go to the YouTube version you can play back in slow motion using the settings icon. It looks like a little gear.
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Originally posted by mjamja mjamja wrote:

If you go to the YouTube version you can play back in slow motion using the settings icon. It looks like a little gear.
I knew that and then forgot. I just had some good time watching in slow motion, thank you.
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