How to beat flat hitters at table tennis 

If you have ever played on an intermediate level competitive table tennis you will get all the information about flat hitters. Flat hitters include all the players who poke and slap the ball instead of looping it.

Their techniques are totally a matter of question.

They do all the weird and wacky habits in their game.

3 Things you shouldn’t do

This article will mention all the tricks and techniques to do whenever you come to know you are a flat hitter at table tennis.

  1. Slow loops 

Slow loop players are usually great but in comparison to flat hitters they are not as good. If you ask flat hitters who they mostly like, they would mention slow loopers. A slow loop player has the time and the height and also the toposin they need to play their trademark flat hit. The main point is to avoid slow looping against a flat hitter.

  1. Toposin serves 

It is much easier to flat hit a topspin ball than a backspin ball so you need to avoid giving flat hitters toposin balls to hit  this means you need not to include slow loops. Some moderate players need to choose to serve with whatever you might call a rally serve. A flat hitter’s eyes will light up at this type of serve.

  1. Start flat hitting yourself.

After observing a flat hitter you can whack all of your best topsonin loops it can be also tempting to revert to flay hitting yourself. So you must start taking the ball earlier and get these all into fast and flat counters hitting talliea.

Things you should do

  • Keep the ball low- this is considered as the most effective way to neutralise a flat hitter kill a shot. 
  • Keep your loops deep- second top is to make it difficult for your flat hitting opponent to flat hit the ball is keep your loops dip.
  • Loop kill- this is also the best way to stop a flat hitter from attacking it at your will and to keep the ball low and also to keep loops deep 

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