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--Furry--
08-17-2013, 09:47 PM
Hi guys ! I just wanted to share a home video : me training with the best returnboard in the world :P :P .....
Ok jokes aside .... Maybe this place isn't a good place for training, or this big piece of wood isn't the best returnboard in the world, or I don't have the best equipment... But truly I'm in love with this sport , and I think everyday for how to improve my game, my equipment with the things that I have at home... Maybe some members will mock me about my play , but I don't mind it ! If you notice errors in my play I appreciate your tips....

Finally : If someone has an old racket and if he wants to donate I truly accept it ! It doesn't matter how old the racket is, I appreciate that :) ....

Thanks !

p.s. : Sorry for my mistakes ( grammar ) in English :)

Peace !!!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Slrfh47aMg8&feature=youtu.be

HLDang
08-18-2013, 12:27 AM
your video is private.

UpSideDownCarl
08-18-2013, 06:31 AM
Hi guys ! I just wanted to share a home video : me training with the best returnboard in the world :P :P .....
Ok jokes aside .... Maybe this place isn't a good place for training, or this big piece of wood isn't the best returnboard in the world, or I don't have the best equipment... But truly I'm in love with this sport , and I think everyday for how to improve my game, my equipment with the things that I have at home... Maybe some members will mock me about my play , but I don't mind it ! If you notice errors in my play I appreciate your tips....

Yep, nobody but you can see this because the video is private. But why would anyone make fun of you. That is not what this site is about. It is a place to learn and share and get tips to help get better. Nobody is going to judge you for wanting to play and doing what you can.

--Furry--
08-18-2013, 12:41 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Slrfh47aMg8


Sorry about that ! ! ! Now I think its public !!! my mistake

HLDang
08-18-2013, 06:45 PM
your hits would be more effective on your forehand if you come forward with it as well as hit at the top of the bounce. You seem to be catching it at the drop.

Dan
08-19-2013, 08:12 AM
That return board you have made is genius! Yes I also think going more forward with your strokes will help progress your technique.

What blade and rubbers are you using? It looks like you having to put a lot of effort into it.

Thanks for sharing, as Carl said we are all here to learn buddy. Love your work :)

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--Furry--
08-19-2013, 12:41 PM
your hits would be more effective on your forehand if you come forward with it as well as hit at the top of the bounce. You seem to be catching it at the drop.

I'll try that , thanks for the tip ! :)

--Furry--
08-19-2013, 12:44 PM
That return board you have made is genius! Yes I also think going more forward with your strokes will help progress your technique.

What blade and rubbers are you using? It looks like you having to put a lot of effort into it.

Thanks for sharing, as Carl said we are all here to learn buddy. Love your work :)


Sent from my S2 using Tapatalk 2


Thanks Dan! It's a pre-made racket , the racket I use its not mine , i took it from my cousin for some play :D !!!! I don't know what type of blade it is , but the rubbers are Giant Dragon superspin G2 :D