45 Replies to “Loop like Ma Long — EXPLOSIVE forehand — TOMORROW TABLE TENNIS”

  1. Dude I must say, this is game changer for me. I've just made notes of this movie and of 'how to loop against heavy backspin' and my forehand is going to be at least 200% better, I swear! Thank you very much!

  2. thank you admin..your video very good in helping me to improve in table tennis.."can you make video, the different between forehand loop and forehand top spin..

  3. I'd love to see what happens when this ball is returned with a block though; this seems like a very high commitment all-in stroke that doesn't move you back in position.

  4. Hi friend,
    Your presentation is very impressive and you seem to have a really great TT competence. Your video is just simply the best. Keep doing such great job. This is really a great contribution to the world. My salute๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ“

  5. i guess ur playing hand is not ending in the right place. ma long' s hand lands near his forehead after completing the stroke. in ur case if opponent blocks u may be out of position

  6. Dear Andy, please make a table tennis footwork video! It would be much appreciated ๐Ÿ™‚ love your work

  7. For near court play, the forearm is the key component for the brush action. The big arm remains relatively stable, relax and not wobbling. But for mid court to far court play, the big arm actually takes more dominant role, whips along the arc. Do not wobble though. Make sure the big arm whips along the arc. And upon contact with the ball, the forearm brushes the ball with concentrated power from the whole body.

  8. yah, best of the best coaching online series, you got the skills to make things clear , and the very deep knowledge , thanks to you and your coach, you explained even those areas we struggle about and no body , never talked about before, please more video

  9. How do you do this at forehand side it's not that easy since we can't move forward in that as table block the movment

  10. Your explanations are really brilliant. You've made a massive understanding to my enjoyment of the game. I can now just work on my strokes without having to guess about what the right movements are. If I could ask one thing it would be to make videos for the forehand and backhand drives. Then I wouldn't have to guess about them either

  11. Wonderful video and very clear. Is your arm straight when you contact the ball, and then snap the forearm? Many Chinese players I see have a straight arm at the point of contact. Thanks.

  12. That's fine and dandy, but try doing that when the ball is placed into your body or wide beyond your reach when the ball goes 10 times faster than what your assistant is giving you. Don't get me wrong. I've seen it done, but only by very elite players. Do you have a video that discusses footwork to place yourself in the power position against an awkward, fast ball, with spin that's randomly varied (dead vs. top spin vs. side spin)? Because that's what I need. I've got plenty of power, but good players stay away from my power and I'm told "you don't use enough power. You need more power." Yeah, I agree, but it's kind of hard when the ball is going 100 miles per hour into your body.

  13. Subscribe done.you will be my virtual sifu.keep it up. Love your lesson. And a bottle full of water ain't no shit.so much the power.

  14. The problem is that you say to not move your elbow but on the real stroke you really need to move you elbow… you can see it too during the examples

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