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    Posted: 02/01/2022 at 9:00pm
One super useful channel that I came across a while back which teaches a lot of advanced techniques. 


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Personally the tip about not fighting the underspin on a FH flip is quite eye-opening, I never realised that this was indeed possible!
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came across this channel recently, it is very helpful
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Originally posted by tom tom wrote:

came across this channel recently, it is very helpful

Yes, there's a lot of advanced techniques in this which I like a lot. Ti Long's channel is also quite amazing. 

There are a couple of Chinese channels on douyin which has some insanely practical tips too especially with regards to movement, especially with the "half committed step" which I'm attempting to learn now (for eg if you think it's 80% gonna be a short serve to the FH, you take a premature small step towards the FH so that your next step forward (before you hit the shot) is smaller, resulting in better shot quality. But if it turns out to be say a sudden fast long serve, you haven't "fully committed" to the step forward so you won't get caught that badly. This can be applicable to almost all aspects to the game. 
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This channel is actually good.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DonnOlsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/14/2022 at 2:31pm
Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

Originally posted by tom tom wrote:

came across this channel recently, it is very helpful

Yes, there's a lot of advanced techniques in this which I like a lot. Ti Long's channel is also quite amazing. 

There are a couple of Chinese channels on douyin which has some insanely practical tips too especially with regards to movement, especially with the "half committed step" which I'm attempting to learn now (for eg if you think it's 80% gonna be a short serve to the FH, you take a premature small step towards the FH so that your next step forward (before you hit the shot) is smaller, resulting in better shot quality. But if it turns out to be say a sudden fast long serve, you haven't "fully committed" to the step forward so you won't get caught that badly. This can be applicable to almost all aspects to the game. 

Liu Guoliang used this technique extensively.
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blahness, can you provide the links to those Chinese channels?

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Originally posted by Makelele Makelele wrote:

blahness, can you provide the links to those Chinese channels?

For starters check out 米粒乒训 on douyin
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