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    Posted: 02/05/2019 at 7:33pm
[LHTT #85_CHN Coach Lesson] Secret of Chinese Topspin
https://youtu.be/_wFH7V215nM


Edited by nicholasy - 02/11/2019 at 8:34am
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Is nobody concerned this video?
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If I am understanding this correctly, the key is a small upward flick of the bat (from the wrist and fingers) at the time of impact.  Thus, you are topspinning the ball more than simply stiking it.

Is this the idea?  It is not easy for me to understand the coach's point otherwise.

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Originally posted by trumpet_guy trumpet_guy wrote:

If I am understanding this correctly, the key is a small upward flick of the bat (from the wrist and fingers) at the time of impact.  Thus, you are topspinning the ball more than simply stiking it.

Is this the idea?  It is not easy for me to understand the coach's point otherwise.

Thanks for posting,
Tim

A kind of flick, but not same with normal flick.
The key is using for fingers to make better spins.

Regards,

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Yea a coach told me the same but for forehand counterhit to do a little finger impulse brush at contact.
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Originally posted by kenneyy88 kenneyy88 wrote:

Yea a coach told me the same but for forehand counterhit to do a little finger impulse brush at contact.
me too; however, both of us used Cpen, not shakehand.
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Originally posted by nicholasy nicholasy wrote:

Is nobody concerned this video?
I don't know; it seems that she was showing you on looping underspin Embarrassed
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Same concept as the one by Li Sun.

Viscaria FL - 91g
+ Neo H3 2.15 Blk - 44.5g(55.3g uncut bare)
+ Hexer HD 2.1 Red - 49.3g(68.5g 〃 〃)
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Originally posted by nicholasy nicholasy wrote:

Originally posted by trumpet_guy trumpet_guy wrote:

If I am understanding this correctly, the key is a small upward flick of the bat (from the wrist and fingers) at the time of impact.  Thus, you are topspinning the ball more than simply stiking it.

Is this the idea?  It is not easy for me to understand the coach's point otherwise.

Thanks for posting,
Tim

A kind of flick, but not same with normal flick.
The key is using for fingers to make better spins.

Regards,

It is not a small flick; go back to watch the video, her good one (and yours too) shows no flick movement. It is a sudden break (??). She just exaggerated the finger movement to make you understand it. To be fair, I have no idea why she asked you to do that. It will mess up your timing. Anyway, that is what my coach told me=> ~90% on the arm, ~10% on wrist, ~2% on finger. 


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Not quite sure how you can call it a secret if people already know it...
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Originally posted by Tassie52 Tassie52 wrote:

Not quite sure how you can call it a secret if people already know it...


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