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The tutorial for this episode of Liu Yi basically explains choice of chopper racket and related knowledge of how to hold racket. For more details, please take a look at this episode's tutorial.
In order to meet needs of felling enthusiasts, Pingpong.com has launched a series of tutorials "Learn to cut from scratch". The instructor is Liu Yi, a former felling team player who hopes to help them. hack players.
Today, Liu Yi will mainly explain to you choice of chopping racket and related knowledge of gripping racket.
First, racket selection
(1) FL descriptor
The FL racket is thinner in middle and slightly wider at both ends. Liu Yi chose this racket because he can hold his ring finger and little finger in this way when he hits ball. these two fingers help apply force and control head of board.
(2) ST descriptor
The ST handle is a straight-handled racquet that is relatively easy to flip over.
Choppers often choose racquets with thin handles that are easy to flip, but they need more regular practice.
Second, flip board
The flipped board is alternate use of rubber with different properties on both sides of racket unevenly to confuse or control an opponent.
When hitting ball, grip should be weaker and smaller so that you can easily quickly turn board over.
Before hitting, you should be relaxed, just hold board at moment of hitting, and then after grip, relax, and then quickly fall down.
Cutting ball is also a process where you first need to relax and then instantly apply force. Only when you first relax will you be able to manifest strength.
(3) Practice makes perfect
You can only turn in one direction while flipping. If you flip too much, you won't know which way to turn. Long glue and back glue feel different, so they are relatively easier to master.
If you want to shift smoothly, you need to build up some sort of muscle memory over time, and most golfers can shift it repeatedly when they're free.
Ping-pong network organized by Liu Baosheng
November 08, 2023