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Thread: How do you do deceptive shots?
07-06-2011, 04:44 PM #18
and am now playing professional league.I am entering my first competition in Augustand was wondering if anyone could send me a video link on how to do some trickshots or describe it easily so that I may incorporate this in my singles matches. Thank you.
07-06-2011, 05:57 PM #19
I would imagine that many people here are making a judgement based on the phrase "professional league". As LD rules states, the use of this word means I am thinking of national and international standard players - these are the professionals.
However, perhaps you mean "official" league or something like that, some sort of competitive or club league?
I think if we cleared that up, then we would have a better understanding of the standard that you are at, and how to best advise you.
By the way, did you have a chance to watch that match I posted between Pullela Gopichand and Peter Gade in the All England Semi Finals in 2001? It really is a great match, well worth watching Pullela Gopichand is such a unique player! Very deceptive!
07-07-2011, 01:06 AM #20
Wait. Question here. Trick shot is different from deceptive shot, right?
I can do a little deceptive shot by doing the hold and hit technique. I think it's one of the things that seperate advanced players from intermediate players. A more difficult deceptive shot is the double motion, which is rarely used especially in doubles (as doubles is faster).
Trick shots are for show boating. I mean, I rarely see professional players do trickshots in tournaments.
IMO, I think Indonesians are the most deceptive players. Chinese players are more basic (although could be deceptive if they wanted to), but they're really fast. The same goes for Koreans.
07-07-2011, 06:57 AM #21
trickshots, to me, are things like
'round the back'
'through the legs'
'miss a backhand overhead, then reverse under arm it'
deception, to a more or lesser extent, is more like
feint clear then net
show straight net then cross-court net
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