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PostPosted: 16 Dec 2017, 17:24 
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Hi guys,

Any experince how long does it take to learn playing med pips after inverted in my backhand? If I practise 3-4 times?

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Soba wrote:
Hi guys,

Any experince how long does it take to learn playing med pips after inverted in my backhand? If I practise 3-4 times?

S
I played 2-3 times a week (not training/drills, just playing against other people).

Took me more than half a year to be about half my level before switching. Took a year and a half or so (with about 2 months vacuum) to be about the same level I was using inverted.

But really I didn't get any coaching by other people nor from watching videos. Just doing things my way, which account to the slowness and the not proper techniques used on the medium pimple.

During year 1.5-2 was my highest improvement with it.

If you have coaching, practice partners, doing drills (and/or multi balls), learn from videos, etc. I'm sure you could do it much faster and more proper.

P.s. the moment i switched to medium, my level sunk, torpedoed to the lowest level. I even lost against several people that I used to give 5 points handicap before switching. I just kept going and climbed back over the months.

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What prompted you to change and persevere for so long as it was clearly not love at first hit!


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PostPosted: 16 Dec 2017, 19:06 
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Soba wrote:
Hi guys,

Any experince how long does it take to learn playing med pips after inverted in my backhand? If I practise 3-4 times?

S


Having used Keiler for a while just make sure it is going to give you what you want to achieve before spending hours practicing. Keiler is fast and disruptive but not great in defensive/ passive play.


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