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      Question Peak Of The Bounce

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      i wanted to ask that how to identify peak of the bounce correctly if opponent attacks with top spin,play slow topspin,backspin or chop is there any clue example ball stops in air for some time....

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      I'm not sure of any clues of the top of the bounce as I either hit before the top of the bounce or exactly at the top. Practice and keeping focus on the ball will help you identify the right time to hit against each spin.

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      I think it's all about rhythm? When you keep training and play against many players, you'll get to know their rhythm..more than that, their spin and quality of spin.. When you know a certain rhythm of your opponent, you'll get to know how a ball reacts in air (you know that feeling when you're about to hit the ball in air and there's this sudden slow-mo of the moment?hehe)..But this becomes a problem in matches, when you'll play against a relatively "new" player... The best way is to keep training especially reading services..And it always helps to lower your body to be able to see the ball clearly..

      Hope that helps in anyway..hehe

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      Too many factors to consider. How ball was struck - angle, pace, direction, spin, then you have factors of the table, which surface is UNDER the table and the venue conditions. Not a simple answer. When you get enough time playing TT, it will make sense to you and you calculate all that unconsciously and just react to the ball and be ready.

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      thnx every one

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