The rules of table tennis state that a serve can be made to any part of the opponent’s side of the table. By mixing your target zone up, and doing so with a serve that moves fast enough, you’re going to catch your opponent off-guard.
Being able to play and return spin shots is an advanced technique, so before you learn these techniques it's important that you master the basics of table tennis first, such as the table tennis grip, the four basic table tennis strokes and the basic table tennis serve.
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The Basics of Table Tennis. Mastering the basics of ping pong will help you beat other table tennis beginners and can even improve your coordination, striking techniques, and serves. It’s also important to leave how to move and how to properly grip your paddle.
1. Forehand Drive Technique. The first fundamental table tennis skill that you should learn is the feeling of the ball. Driving skills helps you quickly get this feeling. Unlike many basic table tennis lessons, who propose you learn the “grip” or the “stance” first. You can start learning the forehand drive first.
12 Table Tennis Tips To Play Well Table Tennis. During my trip to China with my friend, I have the occasion to discuss the fundamental of table tennis with some Chinese coach. Based on the advice of these coaches, I want to share the 12 Key Tips for beginners to advance your table tennis games: Use spin to control; Mix up serves; Return the ...
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9 Table Tennis Tips and Tricks you should know. Mix up serves of different length and spin. Some examples of advanced serves include medium-long, deep, short, down-the-line, pure spin, pure speed, etc. Serves to the elbow tend to be very effective, since the receiver must quickly decide (and often does not in time) to use a forehand or backhand.
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The modern game of table tennis is dominated by players who use an attacking / offensive style of play with very fast aggressive shots. So one of the ways to counteract these aggressive shots is to use the table tennis technique of blocking the ball.