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I would like to ask how can I verify if my shots do not have much of spin, or if my sparring simply closes/opens the ball too much?
When it comes to loop, I try to learn a similar way like Petr Korbel does.
He is said to be the only CZ player to be capable of that,other players,despite being powerful,have loops rather as a "spinny bomb".
Korbel's loops look so soft,yet powerful,they look like they are truly TOPspin. They look like their powersource is the first bounce rather than the stroke itself.
I would ask Korbel personally,but he does not appear in the club too much. I havent seen him there for two months.
This is a difference I am not able to see on video mostly,but I have seen some even international players doing the power type loop rather than the controlled type loop,since I have seen them live.
When it comes to chop,I am rather confused,as kids pop up the same balls powerful players send into the net and vice versa.
It is getting the feel for it yourself after playing it against different players and different styles. The racket speed and the contact are the key things here. The bounce is not the power source, it has to be the stroke and the contact.
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