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I'm a player with very good third ball attacks. But when it comes to rallying, I'm horrible at it, especially when the ball is coming back and forth and a high speed. I just can't keep the ball onto the table for more than two strokes. I'm curious why. I can hit 100 forehand and backhand counterhits in a row without problem. I can also hit topspins consistently even if the ball is placed randomly onto the table. But it just does not work out in a real competition. My forehand topspin and backhand counter hits never reaches the consistency I can usually play. I need to slowly forehand topspin down to a very low quality stroke before I can keep it onto the table.
Can you help me by explaining my problems and suggesting some practice drills. I look forward to hear from the best online coaches.
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I think the main thing will be that in a tournament you are a little tighter or the ball is coming a little faster. Try to maintain the focus on the ball in a match and initially don't try to hit the ball too hard. As you get more comfortable with the speed, you will be able to hit the ball faster as well.
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