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Tony's Table Tennis
08-22-2022, 03:01 PM
A good side view to show SP against underspin.

I've seen on this forum where people stating that you have to hit the ball higher than the net (can't let it drop lower)
Or SP can't spin the ball etc.

Check for yourself on a close up view, side view on SP in action.
She has 2 actions:
1) when the ball is high, she goes flat
2) when the ball is low, she has a top spin action before going flat into it.

Anyone noticed when she hit my container with a big bang, and few balls jumped out of the container? That is SP power hitter for you :)

2nd half, I put a lot more underspin into the feed.


https://www.youtube.com/embed/MCbTsKUa-54?autohide=1&controls=1&showinfo=0

Sharmeela
08-22-2022, 09:43 PM
Is she a professional player ?
What brand of short pimple is she using on forehand ?
What brand of rubber does she have on her backhand ?
What blade is she using ?

lodro
08-23-2022, 04:33 AM
A good side view to show SP against underspin.

I've seen on this forum where people stating that you have to hit the ball higher than the net (can't let it drop lower)
Or SP can't spin the ball etc.

Check for yourself on a close up view, side view on SP in action.
She has 2 actions:
1) when the ball is high, she goes flat
2) when the ball is low, she has a top spin action before going flat into it.

Anyone noticed when she hit my container with a big bang, and few balls jumped out of the container? That is SP power hitter for you :)

2nd half, I put a lot more underspin into the feed.


https://www.youtube.com/embed/MCbTsKUa-54?autohide=1&controls=1&showinfo=0
True true, everything you say is true but she does have a lot of balls into the net, balls that needed lifting.
I always have a blade with some SP and like to have the odd session against the robot.
I use the 729 rubber, 802-40 Mystery III. 2.15.
I can create good spin.
I can hammer the sheit out of the balls
It is good fun but let's face it the inverted rubbers still do everything better and with much less effort.
Once that girl will be 25 ish, she will need a new shoulder joint, just like poor little Nina Mittelham 😁

Tony's Table Tennis
08-23-2022, 06:51 AM
Is she a professional player ?
What brand of short pimple is she using on forehand ?
What brand of rubber does she have on her backhand ?
What blade is she using ?
will need to find out

Tony's Table Tennis
08-23-2022, 06:56 AM
True true, everything you say is true but she does have a lot of balls into the net, balls that needed lifting.
I always have a blade with some SP and like to have the odd session against the robot.
I use the 729 rubber, 802-40 Mystery III. 2.15.
I can create good spin.
I can hammer the sheit out of the balls
It is good fun but let's face it the inverted rubbers still do everything better and with much less effort.
Once that girl will be 25 ish, she will need a new shoulder joint, just like poor little Nina Mittelham 😁

SP is very popular in Asia for female players.
Balls into the net - I will feed less underspin to her next time to make her look better. Maybe broken might say I have improved on my underspin feed in the next video with less spin - he is a TT boff after all.

Come, lets do a session and see you hammer the sheit out of the balls.
We have 100k + balls, so you breaking a few won't be a problem.
You can't leave until you break 10 balls with the wack

Tony's Table Tennis
08-23-2022, 09:31 AM
Is she a professional player ?
What brand of short pimple is she using on forehand ?
What brand of rubber does she have on her backhand ?
What blade is she using ?
She is a sport school student, so trains between 30 - 40 hours a week.
Would consider semi-pro for her status, but is only average in terms of level in the team, but her attitude for training is really good

Short pimple is Joola Tango
BH is T64
Blade is Butterfly viscaria

Vladimir Pudding
08-25-2022, 10:10 PM
There is another Swedish player other than Falck using short pips on forehand & spinverted on backhand.
I thought it was Kristian Karlsson but Butterfly site says Kristian uses Tenergy 05 both forehand & backhand
Did he switch or is it some other Swedish player ? I am pretty sure there is (or was recently) another Swedish player with short pips forehand