Last updated on 16-Dec-2012 03:27:02 AM
I have a very important question because it's quite weird why it happens. So imagine I'm playing a neighbor and he's about to serve a long, flat serve to my forehand and serves it out of his hand, which is illegal, but I take it easy on the rules and I seem to miss it and hit it into the net. And when I try to brush it, I end up swinging to vertical, and it goes off the table. Also, when it drops low, it again, goes off the table. When it goes to my backhand, same problem.
P.S It would be awesome if you could include a video.
When the ball comes fast it feels like it has more backspin than it has. The ball just feels heavier. YOu need to brush the ball with ore topspin in this case.
There needs to be a compromise between vertical and contacting the ball. If it is too vertical then it is more difficult to contact the ball because you are only crossing paths with the ball for a very short time.
Keep woking on this technique of brushing the ball and it will get better.
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