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I wonder, if it is really necessary to start with forehand topspin under the table even when you answer to heavy backspin. Or isn't it possible to produce all the speed to receive a heavy backpsin over the table when you speed up in a shorter range of motion and hit the ball on the highest point. I see many players let the ball fall down and then start with the topspin motion down by their knees?
It is possible to lift the pain with a shorter faster action but it takes a lot of training to get that right. It requires an extreme amount of speed with your racket and a very fine contact.
The safer way is to start lower and have a more vertical swing.
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