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Old 05-09-2013, 07:59 PM   #8
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If I want to hit high loopy topspin on a low ball, I end up hitting below the sweetspot. It just happens by itself.

A lot of it is determined by whether the ball is rising or falling, and how closed/open your racket face is, and the height of the ball. You can argue that a lower point helps in pulling up the ball more for top spin, or that (as in a previous post) that you would increase the chances of missing it, or it can be argued that the intended contact point is above or below what was actually observed, etc.
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