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PostPosted: 07 Aug 2019, 18:55 
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charmander defender wrote:
Dear P.Pong, sometimes it seems I do not explain myself clearly,I am sorry - I am working on it :) - when I said : " The most problematic block was a loop to my fh " , I should have said : " the most problematic block was a loop to my forehand side and I tried to block like Amir does with the Flanti , not having twiddled and moving with the bh side to block the ball on the fh side " .
.... and yes, as TTbuddy's put it so brilliantly ; his observation could have also been implemented 'scandalously ' . :lol: :lol:



This is what many of us usually describes as ”chicken wing” block :). I tend to do that more than I should. It is often better to block FH with inverted in those situations... (but it is hard work to change that habit).

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charmander defender wrote:
Dear P.Pong, sometimes it seems I do not explain myself clearly,I am sorry - I am working on it :) - when I said : " The most problematic block was a loop to my fh " , I should have said : " the most problematic block was a loop to my forehand side and I tried to block like Amir does with the Flanti , not having twiddled and moving with the bh side to block the ball on the fh side " .
.... and yes, as TTbuddy's put it so brilliantly ; his observation could have also been implemented 'scandalously ' . :lol: :lol:

im with you now ;)


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