It spins when you roll your racket while hitting the ball... In coaching terms, instead of "rolling your racket" you "stroke" or move your racket from point A to B to C. Example: Top spin; point A would be your back swing and usually below the path of the oncoming ball.......point B would be your contact point of the ball.......point C would be stroking forward in an upward direction, thereby imparting top spin on the ball.
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