Uberpong #PlayAnywhere Survey
May 12, 2015
What would you change about the world of ping pong? By answering a few questions, you could help us improve your ping pong experience forever. We are on a mission to find every ping pong table in the world and we need your help deciding what to build next!
Stay at Caesars Palace or The LINQ and Get a Free Event
Andrew Horn May 12, 2015
The 2015 US Open is right around the corner, don’t forget to book your room with Caesars Palace or The LINQ to take advantage of our amazing Added Value Package!
Covering the Wide Backhand
Larry Hodges May 12, 2015
When you serve, whether in a match or when practicing, you should always first visualize the serve in your mind.
Alameda, Austin and Triangle Named USATT Centers of Excellence
May 12, 2015
USA Table Tennis announced today that Alameda Table Tennis Center (Alameda, CA), Austin Table Tennis Club (Austin, TX) and Triangle Table Tennis Center (Morrisville, NC) have been named National Centers of Excellence.
11 Questions with Frank Caliendo
USATT May 12, 2015
USATT Insider poses 11 questions to Comedian Frank Caliendo.
Han Xiao May 11, 2015
Blocking is a very underrated and undervalued skill in table tennis. One of my biggest regrets is not having more practice partners as a young player and not practicing blocking more.
Ask The Coach Show #122 - What Srrokes to Learn First
Pingskills May 11, 2015
Our friends down under Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario hit a ton of great topics on this live stream to help you play your calmest!
Gluing New Rubber
Samson Dubina May 11, 2015
Samson Dubina shares how to glue new rubber on your blade.
History of USATT - Volume XV - Chapter 24
Tim Boggan May 11, 2015
1987: Sean O’Neill Prepares for the Future. 1987: Hank Teekaveerakit Adjusts to Life in the U.S. 1987: Men’s Play at the U.S. Closed/Sean’s Win Overshadowed by Teekaveerakit-Seemiller Feud.
How Oregon's 15-year-old table-tennis star Judy Bochenski thawed the Cold War in 1971
May 10, 2015
"The whole trip was real wild." That's not the kind of thing a diplomat normally says, but Judy Bochenski wasn't your ordinary diplomat.