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This video is an exclusive clip from the Tournament Table Tennis - Stroke Mechanics Training Video that breaks down how to created the perfect forehand loop....
The forehand loop, also known as the ping pong loop or table tennis loop, is an essential stroke for any professional ping pong player. The offensive play has grown in popularity, and the ping pong forehand loop is the most flexible stroke in your offensive arsenal.
The table tennis Forehand Loop is one of the most popular attacking strokes in modern table tennis. It is similar to the Forehand Drive . As a matter of fact, it is a variation of the forehand drive and some coaches advise that beginners should learn the Forehand Drive first.
Extension describes the movement of lifting the hand, or raising the back of the hand. The image below explains all…. Position your wrist in a flexed position and you are able to hook the ball with your forehand loop. This adds sidespin to your loop and helps you to curve the ball wide to your opponents forehand side.
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The forehand swing path is very similar to a bowling motion. To get the feel for the bowling motion, you can simply take a few tennis balls and bowl them towards a target. After 20 or so repetitions, take your racket and see if you can implement this feeling of bowling into your swing.
Technically, a forehand can be hit with slice, but people mostly refer to those shots as slices (brushing the ball from under, which causes a type of backspin). For right-handed players, a forehand is executed on the right side. For left-handed players, it is executed on the left side.