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PostPosted: 02 Sep 2007, 00:08 
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should a chopper even hope to return 2 bounce dropshots?

or just write them off as too good by the opponent(and hopefully low percentage) or too short a chop?


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If you have good footwork, "easy to say hard to get" as my coaches says , and if at the end of each of your shots you return to neutral position with a bounce then as you are already moving you can get to a few more of these shots. Yes the one that bounce off the side of the table give you more time to get to them.

I always try to get to shorts shots if you get them back and win point the other guy loses heart a bit

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