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PostPosted: 03 Sep 2016, 06:20 
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https://youtu.be/36KgQsJySTs


But why a backhand when he had the most dominant forehand of the day?

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Really....19 views and no comments!


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Really....19 views and no comments!

Translation: Some people will prefer to view things embedded rather than click on a URL. I did not look at it. You give no clue in your post of whom the video is. Of those who do click and view perhaps there are none that could do the translation you desire. Be patient. You have given it less than 3 hours after all.

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Don't understand why you ask that question. He is showing a backhand flip. Backhand is needed by anybody.


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Well i mean even if you cant understand what he says, its pretty given that the video is about backhand flick pen style, unless it's a 1 hour video all about backhand then maybe i'd be the same as u, but this video is pretty much about backhand flick on short serves.

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Thank for the suggestion retriever. I'll be more forth coming when head lining my future posts.

His rpb is just "okay'. There are better examples out there. He used it in earlier years but I suspected Ma Lin reverted to old school and in later years including his Olympic win he rarely used it...but the had a killer forehand. I'd like to see his insights on that.

Imagine having wang Hao's backhand and Ma lin forehand.


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IMHO if i were to choose, I'd go with FZD BH and xu xins FH

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I agree too Xu Xin forehand is better than Ma Lin, more powerful and footwork


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