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"Your strength to his weakness"

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 - TT is a game of feet and head ...
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Originally posted by VictorK VictorK wrote:

 - TT is a game of feet and head ...
Which one is first precisely Wink ? LOL
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Originally posted by Pioneer Pioneer wrote:

Originally posted by VictorK VictorK wrote:

 - TT is a game of feet and head ...
Which one is first precisely Wink ? LOL


You should be able to figure it out yourself  :o)


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Originally posted by VictorK VictorK wrote:

Originally posted by Pioneer Pioneer wrote:

Originally posted by VictorK VictorK wrote:

 - TT is a game of feet and head ...
Which one is first precisely Wink ? LOL


You should be able to figure it out yourself  :o)


Head first ? Wink
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Keep your eye on the ball.
I have a habit of taking my eye off the ball at the last moment to watch the oppoent is doing.  Sometimes I swing and miss when the ball has a lot of spin and changes trajectory.  However, often I can hit the ball in the opposite direction from which the paddle or the opponent is moving.  Some how I need to be able to do both.

"Your strength to his weakness" sounds like something I would say.   The level of our play is basically determined by our weakest link.   Most opponents can find that weak spot.

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Originally posted by pnachtwey pnachtwey wrote:

Keep your eye on the ball.
I have a habit of taking my eye off the ball at the last moment to watch the oppoent is doing.  Sometimes I swing and miss when the ball has a lot of spin and changes trajectory.  However, often I can hit the ball in the opposite direction from which the paddle or the opponent is moving.  Some how I need to be able to do both.

I thought that was happening just for me ... Beer
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"Variation is key"
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when you're playing away from the table looping but your timing is off and you're missing a lot...go back up closer to the table to loop/hit and get your timing/consistency back.  Then slowly start backing away from the table if you prefer to play mid distance.  This has always helped me out.
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TT is a wrist game. I will add that footwork is also very important.
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"you are no good, quit this game son"
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AcudaDave Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10/14/2011 at 11:14am
my daughter was having a hard time looping underspin and was struggling at the US Open last year...so when Lilly Yip watched her play she suggested my daughter just serve it fast topspin to help her get in the rallies as she was good in rallies.  As a result she started playing much better.
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Stellan Bengtsson - coaching on using short pips:

"I want to hear the smack of the ball on the blade".
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on your bh or fh stroke...a former national level coach/player once told me "if you don't hear your stroke cutting through the wind then you're not getting enough of a snap".  I use this one a lot when helping players with their bh stroke.
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"Movement equals to timing and placement."


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"Don't watch your shot like a spectator, get back in position right away."

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" There is no easy ball "
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"You have more time than you think you do".
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best tips:
1)watch the ball
2)bounce with the ball
3)get in position (move!)
4)be like a dancer (fluid)
5)don't care about winning or losing: I am struggling with that one even though I am getting better at it and win more games driven by the idea; the problem is it depends on a state of mind that is hardly controllable. It happens as the fruit of a day long discipline in and out of our game: if we play the game right and try to give the best of ourselves, there is no problem losing against a better player. We can even argue there is more material to learn from a loss and that a win only poses new (as opposed to postponing the same) problems to solve.

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When playing agaist long pips chopper (he chops with LP from BH) then try to loop and hit through the ball. Try to imagine that there are 3 balls in line, middle one is real and 1st and 3rd are imaginary, alwas try to hit the 1st ball.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Baal Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11/03/2011 at 8:52am
Originally posted by dabookerman dabookerman wrote:

"You have more time than you think you do".


Eric Owens?  It's what he used to tell me all the time.
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Actually I have heard that both from Brian Pace and from a local coach.  
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