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      Just another fun vid of me playin
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      Let's see Yosua:

      Service - bend your knees to make your service lower to the net. It's WAY TOO HIGH! If your service is above 2-3 inches over the net it is an easy target for flickers or loopers.

      Footwork - you already said you know your footwork is sluggish. I would suggest getting lighter shoes because those huge things you have on look heavy. The other thing is stay on the balls of your feet to prevent sluggish movements. It will hurt practicing like that, but you will move faster and then the pain won't be noticeable when you start winning a lot

      Chopping - you need to stay lower and you need to chop to your left with your backhand and to the right with your forehand. If you want the best chopping style watch Joo Se Hyuk. He's great and it shows how he's the best defender out there when he beats all the other ones. Really let the ball dig into the pips too.

      Forehand - for attacking and looping. Don't brush the ball. Instead stay low and hit the ball with a closed racket angle 30-45 degrees. Make sure you hit forward and upward. Not downward or it will go into the net. If you can get a nice closed angle and if you swing faster than what you're doing in these videos you will get a lot more shots in and they'll be really pretty

      Hope this helps.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mr. RicharD View Post
      Let's see Yosua:

      Service - bend your knees to make your service lower to the net. It's WAY TOO HIGH! If your service is above 2-3 inches over the net it is an easy target for flickers or loopers.

      Footwork - you already said you know your footwork is sluggish. I would suggest getting lighter shoes because those huge things you have on look heavy. The other thing is stay on the balls of your feet to prevent sluggish movements. It will hurt practicing like that, but you will move faster and then the pain won't be noticeable when you start winning a lot

      Chopping - you need to stay lower and you need to chop to your left with your backhand and to the right with your forehand. If you want the best chopping style watch Joo Se Hyuk. He's great and it shows how he's the best defender out there when he beats all the other ones. Really let the ball dig into the pips too.

      Forehand - for attacking and looping. Don't brush the ball. Instead stay low and hit the ball with a closed racket angle 30-45 degrees. Make sure you hit forward and upward. Not downward or it will go into the net. If you can get a nice closed angle and if you swing faster than what you're doing in these videos you will get a lot more shots in and they'll be really pretty

      Hope this helps.
      Wooohoo!! Thanks a bunch sir
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      My new vid is up

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      Ariffin didn't toss the ball serving on his BH!! hahaha
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      Quote Originally Posted by azlan View Post
      Ariffin didn't toss the ball serving on his BH!! hahaha
      Indeed sir
      Lots of the players there do that, old school players especially
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      Any thoughts on my new ( kinda old now ) video guys ?

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      You are funny to watch

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      Woohoo ! Thanks for the compliment Scorpnox
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      Are you the player in yellow or striped shirt? If you're the guy in Yellow you've really improved, but as for the striped shirt you are still standing way too high.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mr. RicharD View Post
      Are you the player in yellow or striped shirt? If you're the guy in Yellow you've really improved, but as for the striped shirt you are still standing way too high.
      too ignorant to notice it seems ?

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      Dont you play sinism on me richard, you have adviced me in another thread how to do stuff, what to improve and I thank you for that.
      It certainly means that you know which guy I am, not to mention that I got some videos in this thread.

      Never seen someone as ignorant as you richard, probably you should reply sir Carl and sir Lorre's question about your playing video whereabouts.

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      Bending the knees and getting your weight forward is important Yosua. Also, try your serve from all the way at the backhand corner of the table, so that your body is to the side of the table and where your racket contacts the ball is at the backhand side near the edge. See what happens.
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