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One thing that I find hard is to look at the ball untill it reaches my bat. I find this difficult due to the fact that I don't know when I should look at where I want to place the ball on the otherside of the table. Does it need to be after you hit the ball or do you have to think of it as your playing the shot where you want to place it.
Could you give me some tips on how I could improve this?
Always watch the ball closely. You never have to look at where you are hitting the ball because your target doesn't move. The only thing that is moving is the ball. You will know where the target is without having to look directly at it.
So always keep your eye on the ball and track it throughout the rally. During the rally search for the label on the ball. Keep searching for it even if at first you never see it. After a while you may start to get glimpses of the colour of the label.
At first this will be quite strange and difficult and you may even feel disoriented but persevere with it for a week or so and then see how it feels.
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