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I am learning TT now.
When I am playing with backhand I feel comfortable compared to forehand.
But, I do not want to restrict myself to a backhand strong and forehand weak player.
I am a right hand player, so instead of standing in middle of the table, I am thinking I should move left extreme of the table, so that I can play forehand. Is this right way. Can you provide some suggestions on how to overcome this.
Thank You for your time.
Certainly moving slightly to your left will help but also try turning your position very slightly to face your forehand more. This is only a matter of 10 degrees with your feet no more. This will open up the forehand side for you.
Stand where your bat can just touch the centre line when you are in the ready position.
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