Show #195 - Xu Xin's Deceptive Serves

7 years ago

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Sweden v Denmark & Correction - 1:02

Alois talks about an interesting fact and corrects a small mistake in the last on this day in history.

On This Day in History - 3:00

30th November 1874 - Winston Churchill

Weekend Wrap - 3:33

ITTF World Junior Championships in Vendée, France.

Last #PQOTD - 6:30

Premium members: What is the best part of the PingSkills Premium membership? Free members: What would entice you to become a premium member?

#PQOTD - 8:00

Who is the most famous person that you share a birthday with? No that doesn't include yourself!

Trajectory - 8:34

Ilia: How does the trajectory of the ball affect the amount of spin on a loop? If I want to do a really spinny stroke, should I take the ball as late as possible, when it is falling?

Rain v Snow - 10:08

Brian: Why is it that rain drops but snow falls?

Older Beginners - 10:52

Chris: How can older beginners overcome their lack of mobility and speed?

Returning Aggressive Backhand - 14:31

Sathya: Hi coach can you show me how to return an aggressive backhand spin.

Xu Xin’s Deceptive Serve - 16:46

Yap: How to do this serve done by Xu Xin, it looks like a pendulum serve but I think is not really a pendulum serve. Is this serve a good serve? 

Generating Spin and Straight Throws - 19:31

Jean-Paul: How do you get lots of spin on your serve and how do you keep your palm flat for when you do your toss because I always either foul or have to search for the ball which is ideally avoided.

Links in this Episode

195 Broadway

Watch the World Junior Championships on itTV

Slow Spinny Topspin

Forehand Topspin Against Block

Backhand Block

Xu Xin Serve 1

Xu Xin Serve 2