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Creating the best Frankenstein for the ultimate penhold player starting with the best forehand.

One of these and why. Or maybe someone else?


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I wouldn't say one's FH is better than the other's. They are just different. Ma Lin has a "better touch" for close to the table play; XX's FH is better when away from the table.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vs7Vxiwv84A

All time best penhold FH: Guo Yuehua.


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I think XX forehand is better according to the fact general level has improved everywhere, top players got musch stronger


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Best penhold players:
Serve - Ma Lin
FH - Xu Xin
BH - Wang Hao
Touch - Ma Lin


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There are a few lines here.

Ma Lin forehand won him an olympics and ryu seung min won also both only adequate backhands. But with celluloid balls

Xu xim has the looper forehand I feel is caused by the polyball. He has the dominant forehand in present penhold.

I really struggle myself with the poly. I feel like I'm working like a dog, it dies like a shuttlecock in badminton, it's heavy and I can't get any spin on it. And I feel it was a major paradigm shift in the chinese world where wang Hao, Ma Lin, Ma liqin all left at the same time. Albeit they were old already. There is precedent for this in the chinese world where present coach Lui Giulioang also retired when the ball went up in size.

We may never see another penhold backhand dominant player like wang Hao.


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Yeah I dunno the polyball is still relatively new u know, and maybe someone out there is training to be the next in line to represent the penhold players. But for now as you said only xu xin is the in the top 10 in the world with the penhold.

(I really like xu xin's footwork and swiftness btw, you can always anticipate crazy movements when you watch xu xin)

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