In this video, I explain how to fix a very common error where a player loops a backspin ball and then overhits the next attacking shot.
This usually happens because a player drops his/her bat too low and keeps the bat angle to open. The result? The player lifts the ball too much and it goes off the end of the table.
The fix is quite straight forward. After you have looped a backspin ball, you want to keep your bat a little higher and close the bat angle a little more. This will help you keep your attacking shot on the table.