Pro Teaches – Backhand and Forehand Topspin Loop Placement – Table Tennis

Pro Teaches – Backhand and Forehand Topspin Loop Placement – Table Tennis

18 Replies to “Pro Teaches – Backhand and Forehand Topspin Loop Placement – Table Tennis”

  1. Very good loop it's deadly spiny because you hit the ball from insid area plus you take the racket in an upward direction from down area of your body wow.

  2. i have one problem i am right handed hand shake grip when i loop back hand it curls to my left hand side but when i loop fore hand it curls to my right hand side i know i am doing some thing wrong. i want my back hand to curve on my right and fore hand to curve on y left

  3. this video is a gold……jan ove waldner always do this with his forehand topspin and move the player from the board

  4. Hi, I struggle to find it online. My friend called it top spin but I think it is not enough to find this shot. It is like top spin but the ball accelerates 100x when it touches the table so you have to catch it 30-40cm above the table or you;re done. How is this shot called pls? Cant find it…

  5. Thank you so much for the video. So cool, that I happened to dust off the old Newgy robot and am going to start training hard again. Perfect timing to finding this video. Question, is touching the table as you did in the forehand fade (slow motion section) illegal? Thanks again.

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