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Backhand Inside-Out Loop

June 7, 2014 by Rajeev Sharma

The inside-out back hand loop is the opposite variation. Again, it is achieved by dragging the table tennis paddle across the back of the ball, combining the loop stroke with a string sideways motion. It is a very effective placement shot because it is very difficult to anticipate. Contact the ping pong ball here.

When you loop inside-out, first you have to make basic movement, that means you'll going to be making toss spin and then you change your balance. You go left or you go right [to spin 00:50] the last moment because you have to hide with your position, you have to hide where the ball will go. This is the most important that you change the direction from the last moment.

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