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PostPosted: 03 Apr 2017, 12:50 
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So fundamentally I now think the thing about JSH is his mobility and footwork


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Though I would like to point out, that I think yuto muramatsu could surpass Joo in skill. Whenever I look at him it just looks great, and he also is 19 or 20 years old. He even has that short pips chopping skills, which is why he can hard hit with that side of the racket too. Joo is just outstanding to watch when he is on the other side. When he is like at your side, it looks less impressive and you can't really appreciate the spin, but when he is on the other side of the table, that's when it starts to look beautiful in my opinion


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Though I would like to point out, that I think yuto muramatsu could surpass Joo in skill. Whenever I look at him it just looks great, and he also is 19 or 20 years old. He even has that short pips chopping skills, which is why he can hard hit with that side of the racket too. Joo is just outstanding to watch when he is on the other side. When he is like at your side, it looks less impressive and you can't really appreciate the spin, but when he is on the other side of the table, that's when it starts to look beautiful in my opinion


You've ever seen him play live from the side? That's art.
I don't think Muramatsu can surpass him in skill. His SP chopping is too harmless.

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I think it is unlikely that Muramatsu surpasses Joo. He is a great defender, but he is not a wall in the same way that Joo or Matsushita were.

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