Last updated 8 years ago
I know that you alway insist push is a defensive stroke, but I find putting more spin and doing in a finer and quicker contact and aiming for the corner could win some easy points.
Pls tell me how to do it, and how to defend it.
A push can be an attacking stroke when played fast with good spin. To do it bring your hand through faster and really brush under the ball on contact. In training put some targets on the table in the corners and aim for them.
To defend it you need to step back a little to give yourself more time and then make the Forehand Topspin Off Backspin stroke.
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