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  • clear

    176 8.33%
  • lift

    61 2.89%
  • drop

    345 16.34%
  • smash

    415 19.65%
  • drive

    113 5.35%
  • straight net

    98 4.64%
  • crosscourt net

    904 42.80%
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    I just had a chance to play doubles with 2 girls yesterday at c2. I actually know on of their name but she doesn't know me and she was in WCSG. She did a backhand crosscourt drop to me and I was completely blank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    Backhand drop isn't THAT hard. Just the crosscourt part
    Yeah..I rarely do do the crosscourt if I do and I'm out of position hehe..I screw up.

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    I think my drops from the backhand corner are getting really easy to predict; Backhand straight, or around the head crosscourt...

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    I don't think that backhand crosscourt drops are so difficult if you use a backhand grip that Zhao Jianhua recommends - thumb on the narrower bevel (episode 6):
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jurethatsme View Post
    I don't think that backhand crosscourt drops are so difficult if you use a backhand grip that Zhao Jianhua recommends - thumb on the narrower bevel (episode 6):
    yeah, that grip does help me a lot on my backhand shots, but I still feel it's not generating enough power for me. oh well, time for more practice, then.

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    the clear was my most difficult shot, it tooks me a year to learn it. But I think the most difficult shot is the backhand crosscourt drop from the backhand, also the overhead crosscourt dropshot.

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    I would say the backhand smash

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    For me it's the crosscourt net shot. I'm not really a net player (more on a hard hitter) that's why I really suck at this kind of trick. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwiplayer View Post
    The shot I would vote for isn't there: the short serve in doubles. It's the easiest and hardest shot all at the same time.

    Wayne Young
    100% agree with you, I find this to be the most pressuring shot in the game, to keep it low, to make it over the net and to make it land in without giving your opponent too much of a chance to smash. Following that would be the smash for myself.

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    lol. I'm good in playing net. but not backhand. sigh. need more practice

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    backhand overhead to clear seems to be the one i am uncapable of acheiving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Dang! All of you that didn't say backhand drop/backhand crosscourt drop must be pros! ...panda needs to take lessons from you!
    just slice it, and stop dinking it

    when you slice your backhanddrops you can hit them with a lot more pace, remember: the goal is to get out of trouble, not trying to score a winner from a difficult angle. If you slice it, hit it fast, it just needs to get low over the net.

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    haha. lol. hmm. for me, drop is really difficult. don't know when only can master it

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    Quote Originally Posted by azabaz_ipoh View Post
    backhand overhead to clear seems to be the one i am uncapable of acheiving.
    Yes. Difficult shot indeed.

    But the rewards are great....if you can master it....u don't have resort to energy sapping/back-breaking....around the head clear.

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    just dropping in general soo many slices and different degrees on control.

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    For some reason I've always had trouble with forehand drives... :S. Yeah backhand crosscourt drop... sometimes it works perfectly but most of the time it either seems to go miles out or up high near the center of the court >_> :P.

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    what should one begininer focus on at first

    1. movement
    2. Clears
    3. Drops
    4. Netshots
    5. Defense
    6. Smash/ Backhands *
    7. Tatics

    What you guys think is this order good for people to focus on. becuase some beginners love to focus just on smash when their clears arent strong or high enough. But once they master the first couple steps such as a strong clear that strenght would help them further in the advancements of smashes.

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