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      Quote Originally Posted by Carl's Spy Phone
      If the backspin ball is looped with a high arc and the loop has A LOT of spin, it is not so easy for the opponent to handle unless they are at a decently high level to counterloop that off the bounce.
      Triple Haha, yesterday, usatt reposted an article saying a high arc loop is the worst thing vs an intermediate level flat hitter slap happy dude haha.

      That is my NUMBER ONE weapon vs a player who cannot block or loop.

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      The guy I played vs in semi finals last weekend had a bh slap happy way about him... I would loop it heavy and slow to his bh... sometimes arch it a full 2 or 3 feet over net height.. dude would slap it... ball goes out by 6 to 8 feet.

      Dude looks at paddle, shadow practices downward motion of two handed CPR, then on next high loop, blocks it to the rear barrier.

      Slow HEAVY spin is a weapon, use it.

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