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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2013, 14:53 
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Hi:) Sponge 1.0., Base-Stiga Allround Classic WRB,the forehand rubber -butterfly sriver fx

Thank you very much, much appreciated!

You show a lot of talent... I hope you keep playing and improving... you can go a long way! :up: :up: :up:


I'll try to shoot a new video :)


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That would be great!

I'm curious who taught you your unique shots with the long pimples? Do you have a good coach that can teach you this?

Most coaches do not fully understand the techniques for long pimples when used close to the table. For many long pimple players it is very hard to learn, and they have to work it out for themselves. We have many long pimple players on this forum, and we often discuss these techniques, but without any expert advice.

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Excellent player indeed! She sure has a quick FH smash!

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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2013, 15:56 
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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2013, 15:57 
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haggisv wrote:
That would be great!

I'm curious who taught you your unique shots with the long pimples? Do you have a good coach that can teach you this?

Most coaches do not fully understand the techniques for long pimples when used close to the table. For many long pimple players it is very hard to learn, and they have to work it out for themselves. We have many long pimple players on this forum, and we often discuss these techniques, but without any expert advice.


when I learned to play tennis, I had a good trainer, he taught me to play pimples: ) our trainer has many pupils who play long pimples :)


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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2013, 16:16 
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porcupinetree wrote:
when I learned to play tennis

Tennis or table tennis? :o :lol:

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I had a good trainer, he taught me to play pimples: ) our trainer has many pupils who play long pimples :)

You're very lucky!

Do you have any good tips on returning serves with the Long pimples? You seem to take them very early and try to attack them.

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PostPosted: 14 Jan 2013, 14:31 
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haggisv wrote:
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when I learned to play tennis

Tennis or table tennis? :o :lol:

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I had a good trainer, he taught me to play pimples: ) our trainer has many pupils who play long pimples :)

You're very lucky!

Do you have any good tips on returning serves with the Long pimples? You seem to take them very early and try to attack them.


I do not know that even advise, it's just skill)


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PostPosted: 14 Jan 2013, 14:49 
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Lol, the Russian is funny :rofl: :up:

Its just confidence I would say, I noticed that if you can forget long pimples exist then they don't exist both hitting with them and against them and sponge helps a lot.

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PostPosted: 29 Jan 2013, 02:06 
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She's back with her killing forehand !



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PostPosted: 29 Jan 2013, 03:51 
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Her forehand is lethal, that's for certain. I'm trying to figure out from the videos why her opponents are seemingly caught so unaware.

It appears to be a combination of several factors: a) More flat-hit than topspin, b) Very high speed produced by a whipping stroke, c) Quick back-swing, and maybe d) Deception from eyes targeting opposite corner that ball is actually hit to?

Ms. PT, can you provide any insight here?


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Great video. Would be better without the music though.

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PostPosted: 30 Jan 2013, 23:15 
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Nice Video, the increase reach advantage is clear, ( i have shorter arms) excellent
motion for your FH drives. I am also a hitter vs looper. The fact that you are using an
allround blade and still get plenty of power is not surprising. ALot of all + blades do have
some flex power behind it. This is excellent when the stroke is longer vs shorter because the forward motion itself permitts the blade to bend. ( laws of physics) this works well with people that have a longer reach and longer Fh stroke. COOL ..hope to see more vids and I like your step around cross over FH drive. You dont use your BH as a weapon but your FH is your killer move and you set it up well.. Good footwork. You sometimes get balls back to your deep BH that you might miss but make up for it with your FH attack.

Thanks for sharing I think you now have some OOAK fans out there.

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PostPosted: 31 Jan 2013, 04:47 
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