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When practicing, I have a match type of thing. In that, you can only chop.
So, me and both of our opponents only have to chop. (We can't attack. It's to improve your defense?
Now, I am more kind of an attacking player. In a regular game, I will only attack.
My opponent can always chop and chop and chop, but I run out of patience.
Can you please tell me what to do? How can I improve my chop? What to do so that I don't run out of patience?
I think it is better for you to focus on your topspin against the chop stroke. Take a look at the lesson on the Forehand Topspin Off Backspin. If you improve this then his chop won’t worry you.
You can also improve your pushing. Focus on watching the spin and direction of the ball and then adjust the angle of your racket slightly to compensate for each spin.
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