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There is a wide misconception that the Push is actually a topspin block. A push is actually an underspin stroke played over the table. It is like a mini chop. When an underspin stroke is played further from the table, it is a "chop". When an underspin stroke is done over the table it is a "push".

The push is a very important part of the short game because it generates a spinny ball that is hard to attack. The opponent may be able to loop it but it won't be particularly dangerous. A bad return from your opponent can open up the chance to attack.



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  1. Keep the ball low.
    High balls can be attacked.
  2. Generate more underspin.
    Try to maximize the underspin to make the push harder to attack.


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