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    I was playing a guy with notorious serves the other day, so he said to me "Am I tossing the ball up Simon" and I replied "I do not know I can not see it from behind your arm"

    I laughed a lot more than he did!! 😁

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    #22
    I suggest a safe approach to these serves. If I want to push or chop it, I will wait a little more, try to add my own backspin and aim deep to their body or backhand. If I loop it, I would also wait a little more, try to create pretty high arc and aim at the middle of the table, not too short, not too deep, just as safe as possible. Give room for misreading the spin, sometimes its 30% sometimes 70%, I can’t read them precisely, I will treat all of them as 50% and make a safe return according to that.

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    If they truly are a lower level player. Just lightly tap it to their weaker side (forehand or backhand) and develop the point from there. No point going for the sharpest shot on the second ball if you don't know what spin on the serve and the opponent is inconsistent.

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