• In our previous article we covered the different methods you can conduct table tennis training in order to improve your game. In this article we are going to get more specific and look at the different types of drills you can practice during your training. From my own experience, I find that most players have […]

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  • Here are the 8 ping pong tips that being shared by Jiejie Liu. Remember that table tennis is just as mental as it is physical, if not more. Different in-game pressures, such as the score, stakes, expectations, spectators, and more, are nearly always present in varying degrees. You are the one who processes such pressures […]

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  • Timo Boll’s round of 32 match at the WTTC against Jens Lundqvist of Sweden reminded me of a key point: No spin services can be effective against high level players, not only as a change up to heavy spin serves, but even if they are used most of the time. This is often overlooked by […]

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  • The other day I was reading a table tennis forum on the Internet and came across a very important topic that had some people stumped. The topic was on using chopping as grounds for defense. There were some who felt that this style only worked if the opponent primarily used topspin. Then there were others […]

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