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PostPosted: 30 May 2014, 15:40 
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I don't remember seeing this, but it looks really good!



Isn't that Bogeyhunter in the video? Perhaps he can tell of some of the tips that Chen gave them?

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Yep, it is Bogeyhunter and I think it as a few years old. And it has been up here before, like 9 monts ago. Don't remeber where. But it is very good and well worth being highlighted again :up: :up: :up: !

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I could not find it. :oops: :oops: :oops: perhaps some of the tips that Chen gave were already posted.... I'd love to read them again.

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Here it is: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=23488&hilit=sideswipe


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Thank you!

Since I didn't respond in that thread, I think I never saw it. :oops:

I'd still like to know what tips Chen was giving to make it work. It seems he was telling them to keep the blade vertical?

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I tried this today in practice... quite happy with the results and it produced some very effective returns. I'm not as consistant with it as Id lve to be though.... need more practice or perhaps I'm not doing it quite right...

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I think I'll sticky this... very useful for anyone that wants to return serves with pimples in an agressive way.

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The difficulty in returning so aggressively with LP, or any rubber for that matter is. You must read the spin on the service very accurately.

If you read the amount of spin just slightly wrong, your return will be horrible.

And I think that is more likely why Chen does not return like this in competition. Chen chops so well that it is not worth it to take the risk to return so aggressively, at his level, his opponents will have wicked serves that he can't be sure of the spin 100%, and with an aggressive LP return, to world class players, it is still not very dangerous, so Chen would be taking the too much risk for so little in return (no pun intended) ;)


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moming1 wrote:
The difficulty in returning so aggressively with LP, or any rubber for that matter is. You must read the spin on the service very accurately.

If you read the amount of spin just slightly wrong, your return will be horrible.

And I think that is more likely why Chen does not return like this in competition. Chen chops so well that it is not worth it to take the risk to return so aggressively, at his level, his opponents will have wicked serves that he can't be sure of the spin 100%, and with an aggressive LP return, to world class players, it is still not very dangerous, so Chen would be taking the too much risk for so little in return (no pun intended) ;)


Chen, however, tends to return aggressively once and a while. How do you explain that? Variation?

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Lorre wrote:
moming1 wrote:
The difficulty in returning so aggressively with LP, or any rubber for that matter is. You must read the spin on the service very accurately.

If you read the amount of spin just slightly wrong, your return will be horrible.

And I think that is more likely why Chen does not return like this in competition. Chen chops so well that it is not worth it to take the risk to return so aggressively, at his level, his opponents will have wicked serves that he can't be sure of the spin 100%, and with an aggressive LP return, to world class players, it is still not very dangerous, so Chen would be taking the too much risk for so little in return (no pun intended) ;)


Chen, however, tends to return aggressively once and a while. How do you explain that? Variation?


He is a pro. When he feels like it, reads the spin with full confidence then he will do it. Why? How would I know why.

If he were playing against me, he could probably aggressively return my serve all the time, but he may also choose not to, out of pity.

When a player is playing in competition, I would imagine the normal reason to play certain points a certain way is to try to lead to eventual victory.


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Amazing! I wanna know which long pimple rubber he use?


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Amazing! I wanna know which long pimple rubber he use?


Bogey: 1,5mm P1-R
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Sir Varg waz at that camp and the other clips that didn't make Youtube are kinda funny. Only the old crowd knows the LULZ that would have happened (and did) with him in the mix.

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I am modeling my game after Fabian Akerstrom.

I use Tibhar Evolution MXP on forehand and Yasaka Phantom 7 (0x) on backhand.

eversince the long pip rubber change. I have been beating the last 10 opponents.

and a tie 2 games to 2 games with my coach.

I attack with long pips with Yasaka Phantom 7 with "side-swap" techniques. It is the most "control" attack technique.

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