How to deal with all kinds of spinning balls in table tennis
the biggest change in rotation is the serve, because the serve is the only technology not limited by the opponent in table tennis competition: the opponent can change the combination in terms of landing point, arc, speed, rotation nature, etc., and its difficulty is also the biggest headache for professional players. If they can't receive the ball well, they lose half. Here are some suggestions ~
table tennis rotation is mainly divided into down rotation, up rotation, side rotation, and side up and side down according to the nature of rotation.
The judgment of the nature of table tennis rotation is mainly to test the player when receiving the service, especially for the opponent with better service, which is relatively easy at other times.
generally, there are three methods to deal with the relatively rotating incoming ball: forward treatment, reverse treatment and force unloading treatment.
1. The forward processing means that after returning the ball, the rotation direction of the incoming table tennis ball is not changed, and the rotation speed of the incoming ball is even faster than the original one. For example, when playing with the chopper, the downward rotation cut by the chopper is returned to the past by increasing the rotation height, which is the forward processing. In this way, the ball that returns to the past with the help of the original downward rotation is a very rotating upward rotation. In the reverse processing, on the contrary, for the downward rotation, Amateur beginner's rubbing is the inverse treatment. After returning the ball, weaken the opponent's downward rotation, or turn it into no rotation, or simply turn back to the past, which turns it into a very rotating downward rotation for the opponent.
2. For table tennis, the topspin is usually treated more inversely. In the process of stalemate, each other's pull and fight are basically treated inversely, eliminating each other's topspin and then rubbing it into their own topspin. There are also smooth treatments. It is common to cut the ball by the chopper who pulls the attacking ball, which is smooth treatment, but it is rare in other cases, Of course, it's not completely absent. For example, when Ma Lin plays ball, sometimes others hang it up on the stage. Ma Lin doesn't lightly defend it back, but quickly cut a board back to the past, which is the same as the principle of chopping. In this way, it becomes a very rotating down spin, but it's also very sudden, but it needs a good feel.
3. The difference between the unloading treatment and the other two methods is that the incoming ball is neither rotated nor processed into reverse rotation, mainly to reduce the degree of eating the ball at the moment when your racket touches the ball.
there are two ways to do this. One is to select the hitting point of table tennis and the axis of rotation of the ball (this point does not rotate too much), so that you will not eat the ball. However, this point is not always used. If the line direction and force are not strong, it will be difficult to handle the ball out of bounds in other aspects. Therefore, it is another way in many cases, That is, touch the ball quickly, try not to make the incoming ball contact with the racket, and try not to "eat and turn". For example, if the short downward rotation is rubbed at the high point, the other party's high-profile ball will keep the correct plate shape and close as soon as it is touched (that is, if it is touched).
experience of table tennis rotation -- Interpretation and processing of rotation
Generally speaking, for the amateur players, the order in which most people gradually fail to deal with the rotation of table tennis is down rotation - side rotation - up rotation.
Why do you say so? For ordinary players who have played for 2 or 3 years, they generally handle downward rotation more skillfully. They have introduced a pull board (depending on the situation, hanging and punching are OK). They don't introduce downward rotation. In particular, they seize the opportunity to pick a board. If they don't turn too much, they can pick a board gently and grab the landing point for control. They really can't rub it over.
the difficulty in dealing with the topspin of table tennis is that the topspin is the most rotating rotation that can be handled in table tennis. It is mainly the arc generated by others adding a rotating arc or a forward arc. It is difficult to deal with when the ball speed is fast enough to a certain extent. The reaction of normal people can't keep up. It's the same when the rotation is fast enough to a certain extent. No matter how good the hand feeling is, the ball will fly as soon as it hits the board, If you pull back, you can't hold the other party's rotation. There's no good way to do this. The only way is not to let the opponent pull such high quality before.
in addition, the side spin of table tennis is often not handled as well as the down spin by ordinary amateur players, because the side spin usually brings a little up spin or down spin, which is easy to make mistakes. Sometimes, in order to avoid eating the side spin ball out of the boundary, the racket shape is changed to point to the other side, but the rotation is solid. If the ball rotates especially, it is easy to get out of the bottom boundary, In addition, sometimes in the process of stalemate, the lateral rotation of the incoming ball will bring an arc in the left and right directions. If the force action returns the ball, the amateur player often can't catch the hit point when he leads the racket back.
when dealing with a very spinning ball, if you want to attack in reverse, remember a keyword, "grab", and be sure to remember the word consciously and do it well.
if the opponent returns to a spin that is half high in front of the net but turns very fast, if you play, you must have a sense of grabbing the spin. If you can't grab the spin, the ball will fall off the net instead, and you will be very depressed. The reverse pull ball also needs to be robbed. The reverse pull is different from your active upper hand pull. The active upper hand pull doesn't turn the ball very much. If you are a 5-clip board, you can comfortably lead the racket to full friction, and it's no problem to be slow. In order to reduce the influence of the rotation of the other party's table tennis, you must grab it quickly. At the same time, you can spin it out, and you are more likely to go back to the past ball on the stage.