Some cities in the US have only one table tennis coach. In other areas like LA or NYC, there might be 20 coaches within a 20-mile radius. So which coach should you choose? The cheapest? The funniest? The highest rated? Well, the choice is yours, but here are 4 factors to consider
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. Well... I think that a video is worth a million words. So, I'm first going to show you a short demo video on the forehand pendulum serve then I'll give you 10 tips on improving every one of your serves.
In this article, I will be outlining ten ways to perfect your serve:
In this article, I’m going to briefly describe the tactics that you should use to beat a pick-hitter. A pick hitter is usually a rather defensive player who suddenly attacks as a surprise. In order to best understand your opponent, you need to start off by analyzing him in detail by asking yourself the following questions in regards to your opponent. You should ask yourself these questions when you are studying your opponent prior to the match or during the first few points of your match.
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