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      Some advice to learn to lift correctly Chinese style please.

      Hello, I want to learn how to lift correctly Chinese style, curiously I can lift perfectly with my backhand, however my forehand topspin is terrible. Would you be so kind as to give me some advice?

      I use Commercial Hurricane Long 5 + Commercial HN3 2.2 on both sides.

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      You have to hit very very strong, if you can't not use Chinese rubbers.

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      We can't give you advice without ever seeing you play; record a video of you playing and post it here

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      This is a great video https://youtu.be/j0X1RtrpyLU

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      H3 is not easy to use on BH. When people use H3 on FH, usually they use something softer on BH.


      But it is true, it would be very hard to give you information on what you need to do without seeing what you are actually trying to do.
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      It always starts with practicing a brushing contact. Without it, using Chinese rubber in the bh is moot.

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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      H3 is not easy to use on BH. When people use H3 on FH, usually they use something softer on BH.


      But it is true, it would be very hard to give you information on what you need to do without seeing what you are actually trying to do.
      My problem is not in the backhand, it's in the Forehand!

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      It always starts with practicing a brushing contact. Without it, using Chinese rubber in the bh is moot.
      My problem is not in the backhand, it's in the Forehand!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Saga View Post
      My problem is not in the backhand, it's in the Forehand!
      Fh or bh, hurricane rubbers need proper brush contact.

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      Some advice to learn to lift correctly Chinese style please.

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      Bounce the ball on the ground and then try looping it onto the other side of the table with a brushing contact. Then try doing the same thing after the ball bounces twice on the ground.
      Last edited by BryanY; 10-18-2020 at 06:23 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BryanY View Post
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      Bounce the ball on the ground and then try looping it onto the other side of the table with a brushing contact. Then try doing the same thing after the ball bounces twice on the ground.
      Interesting I will try thanks.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      Fh or bh, hurricane rubbers need proper brush contact.
      I understand thank you.

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      What is terrible?

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      Quote Originally Posted by BryanY View Post
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      Bounce the ball on the ground and then try looping it onto the other side of the table with a brushing contact. Then try doing the same thing after the ball bounces twice on the ground.
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      Interesting I will try thanks.
      For self-hitting, I definitely prefer this method:



      You can do many more repetitions in rapid succession and I have definitely used that to help improve the technique of my stroke. In the end, some of both versions of self-hitting is good though.

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      My problem is not in the backhand, it's in the Forehand!
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      Interesting I will try thanks.
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6diZVBQcIGw

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      Thanks guys, I had a practice today, I watched a lot of videos before practice, my biggest problem was the grip, before I put my thumb on the rubber, now I put it where the blade ends. Now I can lift correctly, at least now I can land 7 out of 10 balls on the table, hitting hard, it's honestly a breakthrough for me.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Saga View Post
      Thanks guys, I had a practice today, I watched a lot of videos before practice, my biggest problem was the grip, before I put my thumb on the rubber, now I put it where the blade ends. Now I can lift correctly, at least now I can land 7 out of 10 balls on the table, hitting hard, it's honestly a breakthrough for me.
      I found this video to have a good explanation of how to grip the bat. https://youtu.be/ibtvM5nFbgM


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      Quote Originally Posted by Saga View Post
      Hello, I want to learn how to lift correctly Chinese style, curiously I can lift perfectly with my backhand, however my forehand topspin is terrible. Would you be so kind as to give me some advice?

      I use Commercial Hurricane Long 5 + Commercial HN3 2.2 on both sides.
      I would like to know what Chinese style is.
      The top Chinese players are very good and top athletes. That is their style.
      There isn't a magical/mystical way of hitting the ball. There is a correct way to get just the right combination of spin and speed.

      Hit through the ball to get more speed. Brush to get more spin. Part of the game is knowing how much of each is required for the best shot. Athleticism is required to execute the shot. Good timing is required for brush strokes.
      There is no magic.

      What impresses me about the top Chinese players is their ability to make fast and big swings quickly and still be precise. That takes practice.

      we like to do what I call the "push drill". We push until someone opens. Some pushes are low but long and if you can wait till the ball goes past the end of the table you can loop it even if it is below the level of the net or table.

      How this is done can be explained with physics. It is all a matter of technique and if you know what you are doing you can loop back spin balls with just about any regular rubber. The trick is to match the surface speed/ rotational speed of the ball with your paddle.

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      Thanks ^^

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