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How can I avoid the crossover point? it has always been a problem for me? And how can i target my opponents crossover point? It's easy when my opponent is in the same position every time and also easy in training where I can place a target on the table. But in a match, if my opponent is moving around it's hard to target his crossover point. Can you help me?
The main thing with avoiding having a problem in the middle or crossover point is to keep mobile and also to stay low. If you stay low you will be able to balance yourself to sway one way or the other quickly to make space for yourself.
The other thing is to use rotation of your waist. If you stay face on to the table then the crossover point becomes quite big.
When trying to get someone in their crossover you need to make sure firstly you are accurate and secondly that you put some speed on the shot. If you play the ball slowly to the crossover it gives your opponent time to move out of the way and play a strong shot.
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