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    Posted: 06/27/2019 at 11:48pm




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Insane point! How Jang gets to those deep in his forehand is borderline super-natural.
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Here's a different type of great point - long pips vs anti spin!
Patagiotis (GRE) vs Mladenovic (LUX)



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Originally posted by Pondus Pondus wrote:

Here's a different type of great point - long pips vs anti spin!
Patagiotis (GRE) vs Mladenovic (LUX)

Does he flip on the final shot or was that with the antispin?
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Originally posted by vanjr vanjr wrote:

Originally posted by Pondus Pondus wrote:

Here's a different type of great point - long pips vs anti spin!
Patagiotis (GRE) vs Mladenovic (LUX)

Does he flip on the final shot or was that with the antispin?

Yeah, he (Mladenovic) flipped and hit that one with the regular inverted.
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Hello, I shortened the title to make it more generic.

I like that side sweep bh from the anti guy. 

About that side sweep stroke: there is so much about it it deserves its own thread. It can deal with any ball with any rubber against any shot. It is underrated. Contacting under the ball it can lift it like in a reverse pendulum serve or just push side under. It seems a weak stroke that lacks commitment but there is some passive aggressiveness to it and, with placement, well connected to the next stroke, it becomes lethal; also from the same motion, a stronger hit can happen at the last moment with a wrist snap, creating surprise.

In inverted, the chiquita is probably vastly superior but there is nothing wrong in having that side sweep stroke available sometimes, like Ma Long makes a chop block sometimes for example. I am not sure when it would be appropriate for the chiquita to give the way to that stroke though, just to break the rhythm maybe.



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