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Hello Alois and Jeff,
When it comes to sidespin serves, i generally change the angle of my bat depending on the sidepin on the ball and this has been working out well for me, but sometimes i see top players returning a sidespin serve with backspin using a push.
When i try to push a sidespin serve, the ball goes up too high, and the resultant is an attacking stroke from my opponent. Any suggestions?
Your opponents are probably using sidespin with some topspin which is causing the ball to go up higher.
If there is some backspin then it will be easier to get the ball lower. It is a matter of being able to read that spin as well.
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