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It has been 6 years i am playing table tennis almost everyday. I am always facing a problem with backhand counter hit timing. There is everything fine with block and backhand topspin but often it happens in between the rally that the ball goes suddenly inside the net or out of the table while playing a backhand counter. Please suggest me something to hit all the counter balls on the maximum height with a slightly closed angle and adjust to all types of balls received on my side(improving overall timing).
Timing is something that you can learn with your ears. Listen to the sound the ball is making when you are hitting. See if you can pick up the rhythm of the ball and keep that constant.
You will start to hear when you are hitting the ball earlier or later by the sound. If you focus on this during your training a while you will find that you timing will become more consistent.
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