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If you do not know the amount of spin that is on the ball, is it safer to do the slow spinny loop ( if the ball has less backspin, it would go up high but still it is in and with the spin, the opponent is less likely to attack. If the ball has more backspin, it would go up to normal height with alot of spin and it is in play too.) or the fast loop ( If the ball has alot of spin, the ball will go into the net with the fast loop)?
Yes a slower loop is a safer stroke. The most important thing is to generate spin so that the ball is dipping onto the table.
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