For all the attackers they all want to attack first. How can you faster than them? So, your short game return the serve very important. So how can you return make a good chance for yourself? Uh… most people in China we just return with a short. So when we return the serve bottom spin, side/bottom spin
and no spin so all those spins you can use your push. Push return short. But think about it, after your return you have to prepare next shot. Maybe your loop kill
forehand, backhand, whatever. So your short push, the stroke won’t be too big. You need time to get back to ready position.
So just… push it. The ball’s short, then you can go prepare automatic. Try this one this is not two stroke this is
one stroke. More practice you’re going
to be very smooth. Okay I’m going to show you some we play game. So ready position and return return. So this is automatic.
So push, quick back ready position, right? Return So this is all return with short. You gonna say “hey I should return short if they return short too how can I do?” So next one you can go,
if they return short you can go… push it longer. So you’re going to have a
change short and longer, right? So same thing like like this. See this is long, right? And short, long. You have to both of them you have to practice. Both of them practice to confuse
your opponent. Then you got a good chance to attack. Okay do it again. short attack and also long attack. So practice just like this…
ready position long So you’ve got a… confuse them. Then you’ve got a chance,
good chance, to do next shot. But this one smaller stroke, prepare backhand, forehand. Or you
can turn your body. I think this is best way to do next shot. Thank you.

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33 thoughts on “How To Improve Your Fourth Ball Attack – Table Tennis University”

  1. @MachanBuenafe It would depend on the skill level of both you and your opponent. But if relatively equal, then surprising your opponent with a fast, deep push to their backhand or playing elbow will likely produce an attackable return. This isn't a tactic you'd want to use all the time but if used sporadically it can work in your favour. Bottom line always keep your opponent on their toes/guessing.

  2. it didnt really answer the question..the best thing to not let your opponent attack is to read their serve first and then placement..if its a underspin serve then close to the net..preferbly right short in the middle of the table..now if its topspin serve try to flip or attack it if is long…once its an open point then just be ready to counter or start looping..

  3. @kmml1972 Yes, obviously one has to be aware of spin and placement. The wording of the question indicated that the student was already dealing with backspin serves so Coach Li structured his answer based on that.

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