Low Ball on my Forehand

Table Tennis Strokes and Technique

Last updated 9 years ago

Mihir Lanjewar

Mihir Lanjewar Asked 9 years ago

Hi Alois ,

Often while playing a ball comes towards my forehand ( I am right handed ) very low. I am not able select a proper shot, so I have to lift the ball very high which gives my opponent a chance to play a smash. Which shot should I play in this condition?


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb Answered 9 years ago

Hi Mihir,

You should play a forehand topspin against this type of ball. As it is low, you'll need to lift it. Use a brushing action though to generate plenty of topspin which will allow the ball to get up and over the net and then dip down onto the table.

You can also think about the placement of your shot. If your opponent is attacking your topspin with their forehand, try placing it to their backhand.


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Mihir Lanjewar

Mihir Lanjewar Posted 9 years ago

thanks Alois . I will try it and I am sure that it will work .



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