Hook Loop

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The Hook Loop is a sidespinning loop that curves inward. For a right-handed player, a hook loop curves to the left. The opposite of a Hook Loop is an Inside Out Loop which curves outward in the other direction (to the right, for a right-handed player).

Hook loops are very useful when you want to place your shot out of the opponent's reach. A well-placed hook loop will catch your opponent out of position and unable to get to your loop. The topspin-sidespin is generated by dropping the wrist, hitting on the outside of the ball.



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Maze vs. Blaszczyk - Killerspin SPINvitational
In the replay, watch the final loops at the end of the point. Maze (in the Orange jersey) is hook looping, and Blaszczyk (in the Black jersey) is inside out looping it back.

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