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PostPosted: 30 Jun 2019, 15:18 
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for close to the table blocking, how do pips works in terms of chop block versus passive block?

what does bending the pips do as opposed to brushing?

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Brushing creates bending its the same thing. I think hard fast brushing motion dumpens incoming speed and returns the topspin ball lower.


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