Pushing ball in front of net refers to an offensive technique in which ball is kicked in a straight or sloping line into two corners near opponent's endline in a relatively low and flat arc as it collides with a taller opponent. impact point in front of grid. Pushing ball in front of net can be divided into pushing from right and pushing from left.
1. Right push basics:
1) Hold racket with front hand, empty center of palm and empty mouth, palm up, forearm and forearm fully extended, hold racket horizontally (take right hand as an example). ), as shown in Fig. 14-0
2) When hitting ball, use internal rotation force of forearm and grip force of fingers to hit ball at same time, as shown in fig. 14-1
3) After hitting ball, hand and wrist brake sharply. Figure 14-2
4) Full push demonstration on right: Figure 14-3
Second, essence of left push technique:
1) Use backhand grip method, palm is empty, tiger's mouth is empty, thumb is on small oblique edge, shoulder and forearm are fully extended, and racket is held flat (take right hand as an example), as shown in fig. 14-4
2) When hitting ball, use external rotational force of forearm and gripping force of fingers to hit ball at same time, as shown in fig. 14-5
3) After hitting ball, hand and wrist brake sharply. Figure 14-6
4) Demonstration of full movement of push ball on left: Figure 14-7
Note: The difference between a forward push and an oblique push is that direction of surface of racket at moment ball is hit is different.
In short, as another important offensive technique in front of net, pushing technique has many similarities and differences with other techniques in front of net. Only by laying a solid foundation and using it flexibly can we better limit enemy, I hope everyone can practice more and can understand secret!
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September 07, 2023