Подаем хорошие подачи / Producing Good Serves
Английский.First of all we need to understand some basic spin types.
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A skilled player should be able to execute any of the four to a self-confident extent and at own disposal.
For instance, a backspun ball should at least show some inclination returning to the server's side after bouncing on table on floor.
A good topspin may have to travel flat for over 5 metres after bounce. And a sidepin when straight blocked will head off-side.
We have to clearly understand how these spins work respectively under different circumstances to generate exact effect as may be required.
There isn't such thing as an absolute backspin. There's always a sidespin element in it. And this is where all the trickery works. A player should try his utmost to disguise intended spin combination and the most effective way is to display visibly the same body-arm-wrist-bat movement( plus follow-through bat move)
for quite a few absolutely different spins. To perform to perfection, one needs both in-depth spin knowledge and commitment to e nduring practice.
Spin 1-3 all involve wrist speed and power. Feet and waist are also important otherwise there won't be a fast wrist. But the finishing stroke is a fast frictional one generated by the wrist. The fast wrist move is enabled by a correct use of elbow. The elbow has to be positioned as if fixed to act as a hinge, a point often
neglected by some players. In their case, shoulder takes the place of elbow.
Every time a serve is delivered, player must think about the above points. When a fast or long serve is required, specific attention has to be paid to a good co-ordination of body components, particularly a slight toe kick-touching to floor and extruded knees and waist stance