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    Is there a geometricaly correct way to determine when to change the direction........

    Is there a geometricaly correct way to determine when to change the direction of a ball or shuttlecock when playing either tennis, table tennis or badminton?

    To change direction so that you have an advantage against your opponent.
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    Re: Is there a geometricaly correct way to determine when to change the direction....

    You mean to change between backhand and forehand?

    What if you use the Asian tabletennis grip ?!?!
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