Lee Ho Ching (HKG) at the 2013 German Open Championships
The Backhand Sidespin Push
Tired of your opponent stepping around and looping your pushes with ease? You could try attacking, but we’ll put that aside for now, since you obviously have a reason for pushing. What can you do to stop the opponent’s attack? Why not do a backhand sidespin push? If you’re right-handed, start with your racket a little to the right of the contact point, and brush the ball with a right-to-left motion. The ball will curve to your right, into the opponent’s backhand.
Four things will now happen
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