0.9). Conclusions In the high-level table tennis match, the rules of AIEL and AOEL are scientific. In accordance with the rules, the complex tactics can be simplified to the two concepts, AIEL and AOEL."/>
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Explanation and verification of the rules of attack in table tennis tactics

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