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    Posted: 05/13/2018 at 12:44pm
Junior boys singles final (starts at 1:05:05)
(Note:  Xu Yingbin was knocked out earlier, in the semi-finals.)



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Kuang Li seems to be a new young promising penhold player.
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Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Kuang Li seems to be a new young promising penhold player.

Watched a few points of his and have to say his way of playing is definitely interesting. Never saw a penhold player choose to play backhands from the FH side before or look for a backhand third ball attack (I doubt he is 'supposed' to play that way) but it might show a new style of penholder where the backhand side is not a real weakness anymore.


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Originally posted by Simon_plays Simon_plays wrote:

Originally posted by skip3119 skip3119 wrote:

Kuang Li seems to be a new young promising penhold player.
Watched a few points of his and have to say his way of playing is definitely interesting. Never saw a penhold player choose to play backhands from the FH side before or look for a backhand third ball attack (I doubt he is 'supposed' to play that way) but it might show a new style of penholder where the backhand side is not a real weakness anymore.
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Thanks for your excellent observation.

As a penhold player, he uses his BH to attack serves - ended up with 9 out of 10 attacks landed on the table.  That's a very high percentage.

Looks like a promising young player to me.
(Li Kuang:  DOB, 1-6-2003.  Or about 15 1/2 years old.)



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As a C-pen player I can say that my RPB BH is waaay stronger than my FH shots. LOL I think it shows that C-pen players are being coached equally as Shakehand players to attack from any side and any angle fully utilising all the strokes. No stroke is a weakness as long as you train it hard enough. 
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