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An opponent has shorts pimps on his backhand. He throws topspin or without any spin. There is enough speed. When I return them by block or hit flat or topspin, ball touches my side of the table, always. What do you suggest?
You need to get used to the amount of spin that is on the ball compared to when the same shot is played with inverted rubber.
The ball doesn't have as much spin as you are expecting and your natural reaction when you see that stroke if to come over the ball. That is why the ball is going into the net.
Try to play against short pimple rubber more and adjust to the amount of spin that it generates.
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