Coach Samson Dubina US National Team Coach 4x USATT Coach of the Year
 

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Between Points

Learn about the most under-developed part of table tennis

 
The average match in table tennis takes about 20 minutes.  Out of the 20 min, about 5 min total is spent on rallies.  The other 15 minutes is spent picking up the ball, preparing for the serve, taking towel breaks, taking timeouts, and getting coaching advice.  So, here is the question that I would like for you to consider…
 
If only 25% of the match time is spend playing points, then why do we spend 99.9% of our effort on that portion of the game and we spend about 0.1% of our effort on the dead time???
 

Tactical Lecture

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Serve Return

Interactive Lecture at the Ohio Mega Camps

 

Tournament Preparation

NEW Coaching Video - By Samson Dubina

 

Daily Training!

Samson Dubina TT Academy

Details of Flipping Serves

Read 8 tips!

Details of Flipping Serves
 
Flipping is one of the primary ways to return short serves.  In this article, I’m going to outline the various aspects of developing a professional flip and give some details about each aspect.
 
Reading the Spin
There are 4 primary ways to read the spin…
#1 Watch the racket movement at contact
#2 Listen to the sound at contact
#3 Read the bounce
#4 Watch for the label

That's a Great Question!

Find Out!

 

Q & A Session

At Ohio Mega Camp 4

 

Sarah Jalli

Continues to Work Hard at the Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy

Broad Way vs Narrow Way

Bible Passage of the Week

The Bible clearly talks about 2 ways - the broad way leading to destruction and the narrow way leading to eternal life. Listen to this very powerful sermon by Pastor John MacArthur.

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