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PostPosted: 17 Jul 2018, 08:48 
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I usually never chop on my forehand but thought I would learn it as a variation.
I been trying to chop from as low as possible but balls are still sailing away or not enough backspin.

How would you describe the technique for it? At the moment i am trying to hack at the ball and accelerate through at point of contact
with a slightly flat forward follow through.


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PostPosted: 19 Jul 2018, 04:48 
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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4n0YXKt8FU&t=93s[/youtube]

I just got rid of the "s" in "https"
I thought that would let the video show, can someone help please?


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benc6190 wrote:


I just got rid of the "s" in "https"
I thought that would let the video show, can someone help please?


You also need to get rid of timestamp parameter (&t=93s) - it screws up embedding for whatever reason.

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Thanks :D

I like that video because they teach the angle changes of the paddle


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