Table tennis : tips from a world champion by Bernd Ulrich Gross

By Bernd Ulrich Gross

Desk Tennis- counsel from an international ChampionA is a realistic education ebook for winning desk tennis. the purpose isn't really to repeat Werner Schlager as a participant yet to take advantage of his how you can locate your individual method to use them effectively.

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I doubt that the Chinese shakehand players use their wrists more than we do. I can remember well my first tries of a topspin. I only learned it properly when I played regularly against defenders. Can you also remember this experience? Yes, for me it was the first backhand counter topspin. I was practicing with my brother and standing a little bit farther away from the table. My brother was playing topspins to my backhand. Although I was in the passive role, I suddenly decided to loop against it.

Also, do you know a better term for that? 10 16:00 table tennis I think the use of the wrist when pushing is an advantage but not absolutely necessary. The fast movement of the forearm is at least equally important. You must practice a lot if you want to improve the consistency and quality of a push. You talked above about an aggressive and long variety of a push, which is mainly used against short balls and may often lead to a straight point if it is played well. This push, which can be played with the backhand as well as the forehand, demands a lot of awareness and technique.

From my point of view, the reason for that is that the topspin is a safer stroke through the rotation on the ball. I need to know the exact rotation of the ball if I want to play a safe drive with the rubbers we have today. Therefore, the classical drive players, such as Johnny Huang or all the classical “penholder” Asians like Liu Guoliang, Toshio Tasaki, He Zhi Wen, play with short pimples. Some books say that the drive is a speed reduced smash. What do you think about that? 10 16:00 about the stroke teChniques Correct.

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