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Hi guys, I have put a lot of thought into this and watched the video "Ding Song Chopping Table Tennis" many times. My conclusions are that the perfect chopper should always attack on his forehand, chop on the backhand, but if your opponent plays a short or too high Ball, you should attack it with your backhand. You should have the strong serves of Chen Xinhua. I also concluded you should use Medium Pips on your backhand. Ding Song said he isn't sure how they should receive serves. And I also haven't found it out. Can you please help me. Ding Song said the return should put pressure on your opponent. But a push can't really do that. You can also watch the 2 videos yourself if you want. You can find them on YouTube if you just search for: Ding Song Chopping Table Tennis. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for your thoughts.
I think defenders come in all shapes and forms and with a whole lot of variation.
I don't think you can make any rules about the perfect defender. Variation in each ball and unpredictability if difficult to play against. A lot use long pimples on the backhand.
The return like any shot in the game aims to put your opponent under pressure if you can.
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