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  • My name is Tahl Leibovitz and I'm here at SPiN, New York. I am a professional table

  • tennis player who has been competing internationally since 1995. I am here today to speak to you

  • about the intermediate and beginner aspects of the Olympic sport of table tennis. I'm

  • now gonna demonstrate the backhand smash. There's a lot of different types of backhands.

  • The one that I'm gonna be talking about is mainly where you sort of start with your racket

  • at your stomach, then you push your racket out. This is just rallying; it's sort of like

  • a rally. Now, when the ball, a lot of times in table tennis the ball's traveling at a

  • very fast speed, so you don't really have time to move your hand back. However, sometimes

  • you get a ball that's very slow. If the ball's slow, it's good to try to get your hand back,

  • and then try to pass through the ball. The main key here is: always try to get your racket

  • to pass through the ball quickly; it's very, very important that you do that on every stroke

  • that you do, especially the backhand. What a lot of people do in Europe is they do a

  • sort of‚ a couple of years ago, they sort of transferred the backhand loop, but they

  • try to pass the ball quickly. Just like that. And that's sort of how you smash the ball

  • with the backhand. And you just smash. Then you're sort of passing the ball quickly. So

  • the main thing with the backhand is to try to get the racket to pass through the ball

  • quickly. So you're starting here and you're just passing it, that's the backhand stroke,

  • just like that.

My name is Tahl Leibovitz and I'm here at SPiN, New York. I am a professional table


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卓球のバックハンドスマッシュのやり方|卓球 (How to Do a Table Tennis Backhand Smash | Ping Pong)

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