As observers in Osaka have pointed out, Liu Guoliang has not beeen doing
well with the big ball. How come?
Is it because his serves are less effective?
Because he had to switch from TSP Spin Pips?
Because his switching from pips to inverted is less deceptive?
Because he is one of the shorter players on the tour? (I'm grasping
Because he's getting old for a penholder? (I'm 34 so I hope not).
Because short pips spin less on strokes?
Seems strange as people have said that Zhuang (another pips out
penholder) is more effective with the big ball. Is it the issue of
service and Liu Guoliang's reliance on it, or is it because of a whole
different level of competition?
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