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    • 1) Seiya Kishikawa passing backhand shot

      7 4.67%
    • 2) Joo See Hyuk around the net backhand chop

      12 8.00%
    • 3) Pierre-luc Hinse (IMPOSSIBLE) around the net shot

      19 12.67%
    • 4) Quentin Robinot passing backhand shot

      4 2.67%
    • 5) Cazuo Matsumoto behind the back shot

      24 16.00%
    • 6) Ding Ning spins the ball back onto her side of the table

      31 20.67%
    • 7) Kalinikos Kreanga backhand counter

      4 2.67%
    • 8) Ma Long received edge ball

      11 7.33%
    • 9) Mattias Oversjo no look shot

      9 6.00%
    • 10) Vladimir Samsonov’s passing backhand shot

      29 19.33%
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    Thread: Shot of the year 2011 (Official)

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      Shot of the year 2011 (Official)

      ---Christmas Special---

      What a year it has been!

      Over the last few weeks TableTennisDaily members have been submitting their favourite shots of the year (2011) to us. Below is a video compilation (XMAS Edition) of the Top Ten best shots voted by you guys.

      Now we can narrow down to the ultimate best shot in 2011. Which player hit the best shot? Voting poll ends on 31/12/2011 at 23:59 GMT.

      Take part today! Watch the video then vote in the TTD poll above.

      Merry Christmas everyone and have a fantastic new year on behalf of the TableTennisDaily Staff and Members!


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      So many good shots this year!!
      Excellence is a habit

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      I vote for the Joo shot
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      So many good shots! Its really difficult to decide and they all deserve to be the winner. I have voted for Cazuo's back shot

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      Really hard decision, but I think Hinse's shot is the closest to perfect.
      Ding Ning's and Oversjö's were amazing as well.

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      I vooted Ding Nings shot, because I am deeply impressed to get this ball and play it with back spin

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      Wonderful work Dan ^_^
      * The important thing is Concentration, Focus on the ball and when the ball approaching from you by 5 cm start to control on it and do what u want.

      - Don't be nerves.
      - When you Making a topspin get back to right position to prepare to the next ball.


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      Joo Se Hyuk!!!
      "Winners will never quit,Quitters will never win!"

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      Quote Originally Posted by zookato View Post
      Wonderful work Dan ^_^
      Thanks Zookato

      Took me a while to make the video as I'm a bit rusty making videos... but soon found my way again hehe

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      I voted for Joo because somehow its a chop. Not an ordinary shot
      Using long pips too, another dimension of course
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      I think you forgot this one:
      http://video.repubblica.it/sport/spe...re/67335?video


      sorry for the ads b4 the video


      edit: oh no! You did posted it! My fault xD

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      Voted for Ding Ning as her shot was deliberate and intended. Some of the others had tinge of luck to them.
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      i vote for cauzo his hand moved in a blink of an eye

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      Kishikawa! Cause he is awesome and nobody in the world would try to block like that haha.

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      I hate Samsonov for doing this shot...

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      I have voted for the "cold blood shot" of Samsonov.
      Also, I think "the freezing of the year" is for Schlager. Best freezing and funniest moment ever!
      I love table tennis...!

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      Yea theinvisible and that is why I have to go for Kreangas Backhand counter, because it was not a shot of the year, but it was so surprising and after what Schlager did, it was most funny moment in table tennis for me

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      Voted for Joo of course.
      I think no one can do this shot again, Net - edge and than bring it back that tough with long pimples. That's the real impossible shot.

      The behind the back shot is not so special, I'm doing it all the time. Oversjo's shot is quite nice but Waldner's shot from 2004 against Ryu Seung Min is way better
      The shot by Ding Ning is also easy to do from this angle and position, the challenge in it, is to reach the ball before it hits the floor
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      I voted for Kishikawa, that bh was ridiculous!

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      I have voted for Samsonov,what a great BH!

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