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Without the slow motion, I can hardly distinguish the spin. Now I know the secret. It's the point of contact! The difference is in the point of contact!
Really Cool!!!
 
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The bat doesn't need to go up to generate top spin

The contact point of the bat on ball need to be on the upper half of the ball, compared to under spin - which is the lower half of the ball
In this video, the top spin is on the side upper half of the ball

Practice each service 30 mins every day (so total 1 hour a day), and after a few months, then come back and ask more questions if you still don't understand :p
 
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The bat doesn't need to go up to generate top spin

The contact point of the bat on ball need to be on the upper half of the ball, compared to under spin - which is the lower half of the ball
In this video, the top spin is on the side upper half of the ball

Practice each service 30 mins every day (so total 1 hour a day), and after a few months, then come back and ask more questions if you still don't understand :p
+1 here :)

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I think this is definitely one of the few advantages (though may not be very much) of penholder style---more deceiving, a bit more spinny...
 
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