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    It's incredible to watch how well and effortlessly he moves his legs while playing. It's like a fine dance.
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    Nice video! I really like to watch the pros practice, sometimes much more fun than real matches..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinkorb
    It's incredible to watch how well and effortlessly he moves his legs while playing. It's like a fine dance.
    Yeah,i can't agree with you anymore!

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    his stroke kind of starts at his knee then pulls his wrist away from him. interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agold
    his stroke kind of starts at his knee then pulls his wrist away from him. interesting.
    yeah I also noticed that, maybe it gives him extra power.

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