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    whatsntomake is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Default Fuji's rolling counter - tsubame gaeshi. A flatball cannot stop it.

    What exactly is the condition to hit a tsbumae gaeshi? Why doesn't fuji just always hit this ball - like he did during the fudomine match? I mean seriously if I was fuji and playing against somebody I would just spam this move.

    If you have a topspin ball then the opponent actually needs to reverse the spin which takes more energy. Now lets think of a flatball - you have no spin to reverse therefore the spin you add is actually greater. If they had hit a topspin ball then it would take fuji more energy to hit his higumi otoshi.

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    kazeshinobi is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    fuji doesn't reverse the spin, he adds to the spin so that the spin is greater than if he hit by himself, and he doesn't spam the move because he doesn't like beating people badly. his sister said that it's not in his nature to completely destroy somebody...or something like that.

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    OokamiKage_X is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    i think it's also said that Fuji Syuusuke isn't a very motivated person. He's not extremely into it like Tezuka or Echizen are until something makes him. Things like Tachibana getting hurt by Kirihara in the anime or him knowing Kirihara was behind Ryoma's knee injury in the manga.

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    Kroi is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    wot happens is, he slices a topspin ball. this just increases the spin since its both going the same way. so yea, a flat shot makes him start from scratch rather than adding to it so doesnt work as well

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    xxsaznpride is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    from what I've seen... he only does it on topspin lobs and forehandds with more spin than usual... if he used it too often, then people would just start countering it over and over.

    say fuji slicing the ball only adds 30 points of spin to the ball and it took 50 to do Tsubame Gaeshi. He'd need the 20 points of spin already on the ball to do it. Meaning... simply... that a flat ball makes hitting Tsubame Gaeshi a real bitch cause you can't get all the spin you need.
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    sperm worm is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    he managed to do it, but it wasnt as strong as it could be.


 

 

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