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Returning a Lefty's Wide Table Tennis Serve  

http://www.PingSkills.com - Ask the Coach Shripathi wanted to know how to return a wide serve to his forehand from a left handed server. The key is to get into a good position. You need to move wide to cover the ball. Then you need to counter the sidespin on the serve and a good way to do this is by angling your wrist back. Lastly think about where you want to hit the ball too. You can go back across court but if you do, try to go fairly wide so that you don't get caught out of position. You can also try going down the line as a surprise tactic as the server will be likely to expect the return to come back across court. Thanks for watching! We love making table tennis videos and hope they'll help you understand the game of table tennis. Make sure you subscribe to keep up with our latest videos. You can also follow us through: Twitter - http://twitter.com/PingSkills Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/PingSkills Below are some other videos we've made. Feel free to check 'em out! Will See Won't See Olympic Table Tennis, Table Tennis Forehand Counterhit Lesson, How To Execute the Ma Lin Serve, Learn the Backspin Reverse Pendulum Serve, Playing a Faster Forehand Topspin. Good luck with your table tennis. Cheers, Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario


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