The length of your table tennis stroke should match the type of shot you are executing.
While players often obsess over their pips out rubber, the smooth rubber on the other side of the paddle might be more important.
It’s important not to grip your racket too tightly, especially when looping.
Experienced players transition seamlessly from forehands to backhands with only minor adjustments.
It is possible to injure yourself playing table tennis. If your strokes are flawed or if you are not in good physical shape, your chances are even greater.
Find out what happens when one player abandoned underspin serves – just for a day.
There are benefits to playing all types of players of every standard.
The current tournament system is fundamentally flawed and has the unintended effect of discouraging participation.
Every shot is a combination of force and friction. Getting the right ratio is a key to consistency.
These are two drills that are essential to development.