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Excuse me, but what does it mean that a wet father turns around, and does not fumble?
1. Maintenance core
The key to serving is not how much ball spins or how difficult it is to place, but to prevent your opponent from correctly judging your spin and placement.
Amateur golfers: do not twist ball. Your opponent will know at a glance that it's a backspin ball, and you'll be even more uncomfortable rubbing it.
Second, confusing pitch
What we call turning and not turning ball means using same action to send two spins, or even more than two spins.
For example, if you serve a weak topspin ball with feints, if your opponent thinks it's a backspin ball and rubs it, it's easy to get high.
(1) Scroll down and tap, but don't rotate
Typically, there are two ways to feed backspin. One method is very subtle friction, such as rubbing bottom of ball at a very flat angle against surface of racket, so that ball often has a lot of backspin and opponent knows at a glance that it must be backspin. .
Reverse rotation can also be created by cutting down. The surface of board is close to vertical or tilted back. This angle can be used to send a reverse rotation or no rotation. It's confusing.
When serving with right hook, angle of racquet surface is slightly tilted up, about 120 degrees. sent ball with reverse spin.
This is same action as pulling racket back and up, but first pushing your hand forward to hit ball. After a collision, center of gravity drops. ball illusion.
So same movement can be used to create a reverse rotation or no rotation. The key is to use the same motion to create two kinds of spins such as a right squat serve, a left squat serve, etc. It can be sent like this.
(2) Cuts (Mo) downward rotations, but doesn't rotate when touched
If it is said that when ball is served, it goes cleanly back to front, and surface of racket rubs against ball on a relatively flat surface, then in process of swinging racket, surface of racket turns over and flattens or even flips back, so that two types of rotation can be performed.
For example, in a backspin serve with a forehand, surface of racquet is also about 120 degrees when racquet is pulled back. was finished.
It's still same action. In process of sending forward, ball does not touch, but when turning over and flattening surface of racket, bottom of ball rubs. At this time, reverse rotation is sent.
It's same action, but collision time is different and direction of force is different.
(3) Rotate hook up and down
There are many other things like topspin and backspin with same motion, like a right hook serve, back of racquet is at a 140 to 130 degree angle. At this time, surface of racket is not very flat and not very vertical, and then when it is necessary to give a reverse spin, reverse spin is turned forward and rubbed.
If you don't touch ball as you rock racket down and forward, but when your body moves your forearm to shake it quickly from bottom up and hooks it, creating friction, you can create topspin.
When you backspin ball, you don't touch ball when you shake it, but you can rub ball as you go down to spin it back.
Third, action decomposition
The starting point of a fake serve is to stage act of serving.
The first step is that you can send no spin or send top spin.
Second stage can reverse spin, as long as there are these two stages, turn path of the whole action can create different spins due to different ball touch times.
Our "Table Tennis Bible" has a detailed explanation of how to turn and not turn ball.
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November 09, 2023