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    Posted: 08/14/2022 at 7:51pm


It should be the most wicked shot ever existing, I guess.

THREE -AXIS ROTATION IS THE ESSENCE.
You can get an explicit description of this type of playing technique from a Russian paper edition of 1985. In its essence, it is much suggestive of a horizontal corkscrew stroke to be effected while in a specific position nearby the table corner. Yes, it needs a lot of wrist flexibility as well as excellence of footwork. And then, you will get the ball whirling around three-axis to drive an opponent muddled. Never seen suchlike in a real play though.

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how could a sphere spin around more than one axis
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Google translation of relevant section:

More difficult to perform and difficult to receive is a false topspin with an undercut. Here the movement
should be as similar as possible to regular top spin. And the speed of the racket must also be high enough to enhance the overall impression. By changing the angle of the racket and directing its movement somewhat to the side, the player hits the lower hemisphere of the ball, giving it a strong bottom spin. At the moment of contact, the ball is between racket and player.

When this technique is performed quickly, it is difficult to catch how the racket moves in relation to
ball. When the opponent tries to accept the intended top spin, the ball sticks to the racket and falls down, not reaching even to the table itself...
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