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PostPosted: 18 Oct 2017, 23:00 
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===fwd to 00:24 secs, 07:47 secs in the video====

You can clearly see him flip the racket to red rubber side and proceed to smash using Shakehand grip.

Should all CPH players start to learn Shakehand grip and intelligently switch grips to Shakehand and back to CPH as a superior way to confuse and perform quick attacks ?

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I've seen Ma Lin done that too.
Maybe a better grip for overhead smash.


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it's fairly common.
more reach/better angle smashing downwards.

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man_iii wrote:
Should all CPH players start to learn Shakehand grip and intelligently switch grips to Shakehand and back to CPH as a superior way to confuse and perform quick attacks ?


Yeah, better learn that... :lol:

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If I'm not mistaken, Wang uses SP on his FH, and inverted on his BH, so maybe he switches to shakehand since it is easier than twiddling with CPen and SP is more suited for off-the-bounce hitting


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he does this to change the trajectory of the attack and to set the opponent off

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I always feel like the paddle will fly out of my hand when I smash with Cpen.
So yeah, I do think it would be an advantage.


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