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If the ball is low and has no spin you can afford to go a little more forward with the stroke than if it had a lot of spin. You should still brush over the ball to give it enough topspin to dip back onto the table.
This sort of thing is a lot of trial and error. It is impossible with this game to specify angles because each ball is different and a slight variation in the amount of spin will mean a change in the required angle. It is important to not over think this and just get the feel for the right angle and stroke. This can only come with a lot of hitting and experimentation over time.
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