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    Posted: 05/19/2020 at 10:24pm
hi guys, is it normal to say:

me against a chopper right, he chops to my wide fh, i loop it back, he chops it on other side, and instead of running around for the fh i do i bh loop?

and same with a nomral player, if u tospin slow on my bh side, just stay there and do bh top as well.

so for me, i cover 50/50 with bh and fh?

do many players do this? or should i change the way i play?
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against chopper, always best for you to move to attack from backhand.  The natural strokes of a forehand is easier to loop against heavy backspins than backhand.  Just watch the professionals play, they rarely loop with backhand only if they are handcuffed.  Also, I believe it is easier to injure oneself to loop with backhand against heavy chops than forehand.  I'd say use 95% forehand to loop against chops, use backhand just for pushes and placement and occasional blocks.  
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