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I am bit confused about terms we often used in Table Tennis world. Before I make some wrong assumptions I want to make it clear.
1>What is meaning of looping backspin? What is difference between looping and rally?
2>What is, ball drop in deep in table? Is it mean center of table at opponents court?
3>Is backspin and chop is same shot?
4>What is base line?
Rajesh Suhas Sawant
A loop is a lifting topspin, usually referred to a topspin against a backspin ball. A rally is just a series of strokes.
Deep on the table means close to your opponents end line.
Backspin is a type of spin. Chop is a stroke that uses backspin. The terms are often used interchangeably though.
The base line is the end line of the table.
Hope this helps with your understanding.
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