The following observations are of course my personal view and do not claim to be the “truth”!
Here comes LIU Fei (China):
I currently only found one video. Always feel free to send me links to more videos on youtube, but they have to be of good quality and not showing other players.
Here’s a great one finally:
- good footwork and general physical fitness
- very good, low and consistent forhand defending with pips-in rubber which is very rare in female table tennis.
- forehand push with pips-in is very choppy producing a lot of first topspin errors by the opponent
- backhand defence also very low and choppy
- generally too much defence only, nearly no attacking capabilities shown over whole match
- too many backhand serves of same style and placement
- absolutely needs to work on attacking capabilities, especially forehand topspin on pushes down her middle or forehand
- also counter topspins or aggressive blocks from behind the table with forehand need to be developed, same as most of male defenders and also female players as Wu Yang f.e