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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFucuQcIXJ8&

Remember that video of the guy switching between penhold and vgrip?

This is far better (because it's inherently more useful)

Point beginning at 1.10.

I really ought to try this some time. I can switch back and forth fast enough...

Also around 1.40. (Penhold twiddling)

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I haven't seen that video before, but already knew of this one where Wang Zeng Yi does the same thing consistently as well.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2reXTRwpoQ

Shifting grip during point at 1.03, 2.29, 3.39.

Twiddling during point at 1.20. Quick and hard to notice if it wasn't for the different colours of the rubbers.

He's not a bad player. Quite interesting and pretty exciting to watch IMHO.

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wang does this more often in the match against suss(search youtube)
because suss lobs more often.

the strangest thing is that wang has red short pips and black inverted and he shakehand flips to black inverted on the forehand to smash with.
seems like he'd want the short pips to smash with.

it's not as obvious but i think wang also has a definite shift between his classic one sided serve return and push grip and his forehand hit/rpb loop grip.

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