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PostPosted: 11 Nov 2016, 12:44 
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Hello
I am very bad at short balls, when the balls are hitting more than twice in my table. I can not response those.
Please tell how i can attack and defense short balls strategy in video


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If you want to attack a short ball you'll need to build great skill in either a banana flick on the BH or a short sharp loop on the FH (assuming the balls are not high short balls). Other than this, most people will defend them with a push that tries to keep the ball low and well positioned so its harder for the opponent to attack. Try to vary the spin on the pushes so that sometimes its heavy underspin and other times almost dialed back to no spin. These sorts of varied pushes can result in either a net ball or a long ball from the opponent if they are not expecting it.

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PostPosted: 11 Nov 2016, 14:29 
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RebornTTEvnglist wrote:
If you want to attack a short ball you'll need to build great skill in either a banana flick on the BH or a short sharp loop on the FH (assuming the balls are not high short balls). Other than this, most people will defend them with a push that tries to keep the ball low and well positioned so its harder for the opponent to attack. Try to vary the spin on the pushes so that sometimes its heavy underspin and other times almost dialed back to no spin. These sorts of varied pushes can result in either a net ball or a long ball from the opponent if they are not expecting it.


Thanks it was good but can you show me the possible spines i can push?provide me the video link
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PostPosted: 11 Nov 2016, 14:35 
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I don't have a link to anything specific. Use the search function above to search the forum using google on a term like "pushing".

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RebornTTEvnglist wrote:
I don't have a link to anything specific. Use the search function above to search the forum using google on a term like "pushing".

Thanks but you know Google,youtube is filtered in China and most of other search engines are bad


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http://yt4you.com/watch?v=wXQ6zjN7S94

http://yt4you.com/watch?v=sTRfdIJAkFQ

http://yt4you.com/watch?v=jjRrm6sOnvw

http://yt4you.com/watch?v=sJlzxJ_qIeg

Old school, but I'm sure you can find newer stuff on that website :D

Learn to push long first, then learn short pushes. Also learn to contact the ball on it's axis if you can find a video on that somewhere. Ma Lin does it a lot.


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