What if not sure of the chopping variation
4 ноября 2008
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Maria ZelenovaWhen playing a chopper and having little knowledge of his spin variation, you may suddenly feel nervous and hopeless, "oh, what can I do?" The worst is that you may even lose your own style under such circumstances.
Whenever not certain of your opponent's stroke variation, you should take it as a leaning process. The last thing you want is anxiety. Where there are a lot spectators watching the game, the loss is often beyond the game itself. When the 1983 WTTC Doubles Winner D. Surbek faced the Chinese chopper Lu Yuansheng at the 1975 WTTC, he was dumbfounded by the Chinese made long pimples and lost 21-6. Determined for a revenge, Surbek started adopting stroke variations to counter the long pimples and gradually succeeded. Taking your opponent's variations into your learning curve is a quality. During the match, even in bad mood, you should see to the following points:
1. Bat angle at contact point
2. Direction of bat move
3. Noise at ball contact
4. Direction and speed of the travelling ball
5. Bounce pattern of the ball
6. Extent of the ball spin
7. Speed of bat move
8. Change of elbow heightThe above are the usual points to pay attention to. But all boil down to one thing: keep your eyes tightly on the ball.
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