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Hi guys. When I am setting the table up for one-player practice, what's the best position and angle for the 'back/return board'? Should it be positioned right behind the net or a little further back, even far enough that the ball bounces on the table before rebounding (so I see I'm not over-hitting)? Should the return board be vertical or at a slight backward angle to help lift the ball back over the net, or will this create easier (higher, slower) returns?
It is better to position it back where an opponent would normally hit the ball from.
I am not a big fan of backboards for practice though. I think it is too difficult to get any sort of consistent practice with it.
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