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I started playing tabletennis and badminton at the same time 6 years ago. In summer I play a little tennis. I am always trying to find out some similarities in these three sports.
For example I use the third ball attack from tabletennis in badminton and it works.And the tennis serve is similar to the badminton smash.
Here my question.There is such a wonderful attacking shot in badminton called dropshot from the rearcourt with or without slice. I have never seen such a shot in table tennis that is one player is away from the table, shows a rapid arm movement and slows down shortly before contact with the bat so the ball dops short behind the net.Woudn't this be a strong deception for the opponent?
Why this kind of stroke does not seem possible in table tennis?
thanks and regards
I think the problem would be if you hit the ball from high it would bounce high on the other side and give your opponent too much time to move in and attack the next ball.
Instead the drop shot in Table Tennis is played by moving in and getting the ball early off the bounce. Drop Shot off a Lob.
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