Long Pimple Attack Against Backspin | PingSkills | Table Tennis

In this lesson we’re going to show you how
to attack with long pimples against a backspin ball It is a little bit harder to make an attacking
stroke with the long pimples because you can’t generate your own topspin because there’s
not enough friction on the pimple. But off a backspin ball, the ball is going to hit
your long pimple and go back with topspin. So you’re going to have that natural topspin
to work with. Because the long pimple doesn’t grip the ball
we don’t need to open the face of the racket too much. It’s almost like doing a flat counterhit
against the backspin ball. So the backspin is coming in and we can just go straight through
and up like we would in a normal counterhit. Think about hitting that ball right at the
top of the bounce because that will give you the best angle straight down on to the table
when you’re hitting it faster.

20 thoughts on “Long Pimple Attack Against Backspin | PingSkills | Table Tennis

  1. thumbs up! I've been having ideas eversince of hitting the ball earlier with pimples, but I wasn't sure if I was doing it right, but thanks to you, I could fix my gameplay

  2. i have an question can u tell me that if a person is defender than he is using pimpled and if a person is attacker than he is using simpled but a good spin racket etc…than can u tell me is defending is beneficial or attacking

  3. Can you make a video on how to play against an anti spin player. Thanks Alois and Jeff. Great work. Keep it up!!!

  4. Do you hit the ball on the side, or on the back, I can't tell. And do you go under the ball, do you use wrist

  5. 1 day ago i so bad used the long pimple. After i trying this trick all off my friends lose against me. Thanks a lot of this tutorial. Dont comment if i bad at english

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