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      Cool Interesting ready position of top Chinese players

      Wow! Very interesting?

      table tennis stance of the top Chinese player


      Why do they put their free hand in the same position?
      Top Chinese players have a very similar table tennis stance.

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      So they can push of their leg when the need to get up strait. Also, it’s easier to balance when you are so low allowing to put your weight on the leg. I do it too.

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      By staying low, it allows quick movement and strokes. Most hobby players don't bend their legs much which starts their fundamental imbalance.

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      I think the main reason for this, is not to stress the legs wile mantaining balance, before activate the movement and then move to reach the ball...so, ready position, without stressing the legs = faster reaction.

      The are some players that stand to low, arms open A la Hugo Calderano, maybe during a tied match this can tire you more.

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      Quote Originally Posted by OrienteTT View Post
      I think the main reason for this, is not to stress the legs wile mantaining balance, before activate the movement and then move to reach the ball...so, ready position, without stressing the legs = faster reaction.

      The are some players that stand to low, arms open A la Hugo Calderano, maybe during a tied match this can tire you more.
      Hugo Calderano, Masataka Morizono, and some other have this weird stance, I think it's not natural, put heavy loads on quads, and can hinder movement. Until this day I dont understand the reason why they're doing that

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      I think they do that because it gives you a very good view of the serve.

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      Quote Originally Posted by OrienteTT View Post
      The are some players that stand to low, arms open A la Hugo Calderano, maybe during a tied match this can tire you more.
      I don't understand either. I feel tired just watching his ready stance. What do he bend his knees and squatting so low for? It's not to watch the ball trajectory because he will get up and move even before the opponent contacts the ball.

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      I use this position sometimes too. I find it comfortable and it does the job pretty well

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      Maybe its just a preference and habit. I am quite interested in the ready position of Dima. Sometimes he does a small jump on both feet before receiving serve

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      I think Lin Gaoyuan has the same ready position as well. Can't believe I never noticed this before.

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