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Advanced Table Tennis advantage amount of spin amount of topspin athlete attack backhand chop backhand drive backspin backswing ball better players Bill Toomey block body Brooke Williams cardiovascular system Champion championship circuit training closed racket coach counterdrive defensive develop diet difficult direction drop shot effective elbow exercise farther flick follow-through foods foot footwork FOREHAND CHOP forehand drive forward gives more speed half volley hand action hard drive horizontal important inverted sandwich Jack Carr kill legs loop drive match move muscles necessary normal Nutrition offensive players one's open racket opponent opponent's spin oxygen penhold grip performance permits pimpled rubber position possible practice push racket angle racket surface regular sandwich rubber racket serve side sidespin speed and spin stance stroke student style of play swing Table Tennis Association tactics top players tournament U.S. Open usually vary vertical Vitamin wrist