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      Olympic podcast special tomorrow with Paul Drinkhall!

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      You are 3-0 10-5 down. 4 perfect points 1 mistake by vladi and then its 3-1. AFter that point it looked like you totally figured out how to handle samsonov's tactics and even used them against him . 3-2 and in the 6th some unforced errors caused you the game and the match

      As a spectator it looked like 4-3 was a matter of time if u continued to play so smart it was clear that vladi was getting tired and frustrated, what cause those unforced errors? Overexcitement maybe , because you realized that you are very close on 3-3 and forcing a decider?

      Dan/Thomas I know its a long question forgive me, please please pleeease try to pass it as accurately as you can to paul, cause I know you are probably going to wrap it up short in order to keep the interview short/interesting and going without the listeners getting bored with so much details :P
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      How do you achieve your classic wide forehand fade loop to opponent's backhand that often kills the point with such a consistency and accuracy as yours.

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      Amazing forehand fade topspins from Paul Drinkhall, even Xu Xin got caught on a few and in doubles as well even though they lost.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bzing View Post
      Amazing forehand fade topspins from Paul Drinkhall, even Xu Xin got caught on a few and in doubles as well even though they lost.
      Your question was answered here bzing http://www.tabletennisdaily.co.uk/po...aul-drinkhall/

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      I know I listened but also I was watching Paul playing China in the team matches and spotted quite few of his iconic forehand shots down the line to opponent's backhand that even Xu Xin got caught. Wish someone would make a montage of his shots and put it in a video.

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