Looping Against Heavy Underspin

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With modern table tennis plays, loop stroke is one of the strongest strokes to counter with all spin stroke due to its upward and forward motion, which not only makes the stroke easily return the ball on the table, but also puts the pressure to opponent from heavy topspin and ball speed. However, to counter opponent's underspin, you need to keep in mind that the success looping opponent underspin has 4 main factors to take into accounts -- speed of incoming ball, spin of incoming ball, impact force and friction -- understading all key factors and put to implementation will get a better success chance to loop all opponent stroke.

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