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This ITTF video is the unique story of a man from Egypt who plays table tennis with no hands. Ibrahim Hamato was invited as an honored guest of ITTF President Adham Sharara to visit and enjoy the ZEN-NOH 2014 World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo, Japan. Ibrahim Hamato is shown playing table tennis with Jun Mizutani, rated #9 in the World from Japan; Wang Hao, former World Champion from China; Ma Long, #2 World Ranked from China; and Vladimir Samsonov, t.t. legend from Belarus.
Daniel from West Virginia emailed me the following question: “One of the things that I am struggling to understand is the relationship between rotation versus right-to-left leg weight transfer when looping. I saw in one of your earlier blog entries that you compare forehand looping with “rotating around a pole” that runs from the ceiling down to the floor. I’ve watched this video of Wang Liqin over and over and he seems to be generating most of his power with rotation rather than right-to-left leg weight transfer. Both of his feet stay pretty much rooted in the ground at all times during the stroke:”
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