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We are now going have a look at the backhand topspin against backspin. So Jeff here is

demonstrating the swing from against the backspin. So you will notice the bat goes down and starts

low table height and finishes above his eye level. That will help you to generate more

of a vertical swing to lift the ball up and over the net. You will noticed Jeff's feet

position is quite square on to were he wants the ball to go. So if his facing towards me

here now, that is where he will want the ball to go. If Jeff wants to hit the ball down

the line you will notice he will just turn his position a little bit so that he is facing

down the line. Now I am going to feed Jeff some back spin multiball and lets have a look

at how Jeff copes with this. Now I am going to generate more backspin to

Jeff and you will notice that his stroke will becomes more vertical. Again to lift the ball

up over the net. From the side on position you will notice

the low start and the high finish. So against the backspin the stroke becomes quite vertical

rather than coming forward. This is again to lift the ball over the net. The natural

tendency of the backspin is to drag the ball down into the net. So you need to lift the

ball up and over by using the vertical brushing stroke.

From behind you can notice Jeff's feet position is very square on to where he wants the ball

to go. And again the start position is nice and low and the finish position high. You

can see from the here as well that Jeff just turns his body just a little bit with the

backspin you do have a little bit of time to be able to turn your shoulders a little

bit more. The faster that Jeff wants to hit the ball the more he will turn and you will

see that he will start to hit the ball outside his left hip.

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