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PostPosted: 07 Sep 2018, 23:03 
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Sorry if this question should be in another section. I did not find a category for it, but was wondering if there was instruction for developing an good lob. I am a modern defender and would love to have this in my arsenal. I dont really see it taught that much but can see the value in it. In the rare times when I have used it, it seemed to push the guys that stay up at the table back.

I really enjoy the pros doing this, esp. when they lob a few times and then top spin loop their way back up to the table! What fun!

Any help you can give me would be great. Thanks!


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HOW TO BECOME A GREAT LOBBER

Just do some searching works on Internet
https://m.youtube.com/results?hl=en-GB& ... is+lobbing

Search around Google here.
https://www.google.com/search?q=table%2 ... 0technique

BASIC LOBBING TECHNIQUES.


Hans Alser classical lobbings.

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Some more tips, as taken from a Chinese textbook :
-- Take care you place the ball to the opponent's table rear zone, someplace near the table's end line.

NOTE: REGULAR LOBBING is a sweaty, painstaking job; some toil indeed.


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EMERGENCY LOB.


Real episide at Challenge Pro Tour 2018.
The lob to save a point. Followed by a fantastic "scrotum stroke."


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