The following observations are of course my personal view and do not claim to be the “truth”!
Here comes Paulius Gura (Lithuania):
Not much you can tell of course from just one short video.
- good, but not tremendous footwork
- nice placement of return on serves and pushes with backhand
- get a load of backspin when defending with backhand
- forehand generally too weak and inconsistent
- forehand counter topspin from behind the table too slow, too high and too inconsistent
- forehand pushing too inconsistent and too high
- forehand defending is more “shovelling” the ball back (too high most of the time) instead of chopping it back low and with heavy backspin
- practise forehand in all variations
- practise forehand serves
- from sound and speed of the racket I would derive that the blade is too slow for modern defending. Should consider getting faster one and the adopt own style to defend with faster blade.