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PostPosted: 14 Aug 2014, 01:58 
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i just looked in the Bundesliga official site and hes name is not there...
Maybe in another country....

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He definatly left the TTBL. I think, I have read, that to will be playing in Poland for the next season.


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If I'm right he went to: Olimpia-Unia Grudziądz

But i don't speak Polish at all. :whew:

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I'm not sure, but I think Wang Yang was playing with a JSH-blade


Looks like it. See handle wood colors best at 44:41, Butterfly tag at 46:41.


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roar wrote:
The shape looks like TSP Spinpips to me.

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Maybe he's using a TSP Super Spinpips Chop with the thinnest sponge (1 mm) ? :o

as can be seen from his last match, and also the sound of rubber on the backhand it would seem a rubber with hard sponge.

Wang's chops are short movements and this makes me think of TSP Super Spinpips Chop (not version 2)

What do you think? :up:

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Swedish Open R2, against WR1 Xu Xin:


I wonder why Xu Xin is such a tough opponent for a defensive player. It's not his power alone. Is it a combination of very disguised fake and super spinny loops?


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Lorre wrote:
Pipsy wrote:
Swedish Open R2, against WR1 Xu Xin:


I wonder why Xu Xin is such a tough opponent for a defensive player. It's not his power alone. Is it a combination of very disguised fake and super spinny loops?

Must be1 something like that. In the first set Wang was well in the match and Xu missread the spin a few times. But then when ha got a big lead in 2nd set Wang stopped playing. Such a booring behaviour, he didn't even try to win :(. If I had he opportunity to play such a good player I would do everything to find at least one weak spot and play my best to learn for the future.
But Wangs match in the previous round was very good :up:!

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Must be1 something like that. In the first set Wang was well in the match and Xu missread the spin a few times. But then when ha got a big lead in 2nd set Wang stopped playing. Such a booring behaviour, he didn't even try to win :(. If I had he opportunity to play such a good player I would do everything to find at least one weak spot and play my best to learn for the future.
But Wangs match in the previous round was very good :up:!


Typically Wang I guess! :( Never been a fan of this defender because of (t)his behaviour.


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Def-attack wrote:
Lorre wrote:
Pipsy wrote:
Swedish Open R2, against WR1 Xu Xin:


I wonder why Xu Xin is such a tough opponent for a defensive player. It's not his power alone. Is it a combination of very disguised fake and super spinny loops?

Must be1 something like that. In the first set Wang was well in the match and Xu missread the spin a few times. But then when ha got a big lead in 2nd set Wang stopped playing. Such a booring behaviour, he didn't even try to win :(. If I had he opportunity to play such a good player I would do everything to find at least one weak spot and play my best to learn for the future.
But Wangs match in the previous round was very good :up:!

Here is his "good" match. Even with the new ball he tricked Morizono many times: http://youtu.be/5nffk7e2VLw

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Old match I just discovered. Don't think I've ever seen anyone hit through back spin the way Lubomir does :o .

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It's not heavy backspin, that's why!

If you watch the way WY plays his backhand chop, he gets very little brush on it and has a bizarre bat angle.

I think somewhere further up in this thread his coach or teammate or something even said that he doesn't put a lot of spin on the ball at all.

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I know this guys coach. He actually doesn't train in Slovakia, he trains in Dubai but plays for Slovakia, according to his coach, his backhand chop has very little spin and his forehand chop is very inconsistent, but his counter attack is scary as hell and he is very fast as well as confident

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dunc wrote:
It's not heavy backspin, that's why!

If you watch the way WY plays his backhand chop, he gets very little brush on it and has a bizarre bat angle.

I think somewhere further up in this thread his coach or teammate or something even said that he doesn't put a lot of spin on the ball at all.

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I know this guys coach. He actually doesn't train in Slovakia, he trains in Dubai but plays for Slovakia, according to his coach, his backhand chop has very little spin and his forehand chop is very inconsistent, but his counter attack is scary as hell and he is very fast as well as confident


Yes, I am well aware of that, but one still needs to read the spin right. Some of his chops have lots of back spin.

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