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    Posted: 05/17/2017 at 9:10pm
THE BEST NIFTY TRICKS TO WIN A POINT IMMEDIATELY, WITHOUT MUCH ADO.

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The best nifty shots to enable you to win a point IMMEDIATELY.
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1. Just amazing!

2. Why does no professional player ever plays the extremely short ghost serve shown in the second video ("Trick Shot!)? How would the opponent return that if it's really really short?
A very tall shakehand player may be able to flick it, but an average-height penhold player would likely not be able to reach the ball from behind the table. Would they be fast enough to run around the table and smash it?
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Originally posted by arg0 arg0 wrote:

1. Just amazing!

2. Why does no professional player ever plays the extremely short ghost serve shown in the second video ("Trick Shot!)? How would the opponent return that if it's really really short?
A very tall shakehand player may be able to flick it, but an average-height penhold player would likely not be able to reach the ball from behind the table. Would they be fast enough to run around the table and smash it?

 you can move round the side of the table and flick those serves easily because they are too high.
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Originally posted by APW46 APW46 wrote:

 you can move round the side of the table and flick those serves easily because they are too high.

I see. You have to be able to read the serve very early, though, otherwise you won't have enough time to move that far. The ones bouncing straight into the net would be extremely tricky to return!

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