3 reasons why your forehand topspins go into the net

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In this video, I show the three most common reasons why your forehand topspins go into the net.

Here’s the scenario … your opponent gives you a backspin ball. It could be a push, a chop or a backspin serve. You try to attack, but the ball goes into the net. Why does this happen?

It could be that your swing is too low. Or maybe your contact is too flat. Or your stroke is too slow. In all three scenarios the ball usually ends up in the net.

In the video I explain how to correct your stroke, so you can consistently attack backspin balls and get the ball over the net!

The robot used in this video is the Power Pong Omega.



Posted on 23/11/2022
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