How does a top player push effectively? There are four things he does that lower-ranked players don’t do.
If you want to improve at table tennis, you should do practice drills. This allows you to focus on specific parts of your game. How long should each drill be for?
Timothy Wang vs. Jeff Huang
Ariel Hsing, a 16 year old table tennis prodigy, who has become pals with Warren Buffet and Bill Gates, will be going to London to represent the US in the Olympics later this Summer. The Indian Community Center where she trains has also produced two other table tennis Olympic team members this year, Lily Zhang, 16, and Timothy Wang, 20.
Probably the most over-used and under-used shot in table tennis is the push. This may sound contradictory, but it really isn't. Most players either push too much or too little.
Elections, Designations, and Motion from February 4, 2013 USA Table Tennis Board of Directors' Meeting.
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Many players who want to improve make the mistake of trying to play mostly stronger players.
So which type of drills should you do? At the beginning, you should do more rote drills. It’s the best way to really hone those shots. But as you improve, you should gradually work more and more random drills into your practice.
Pierre-Luc HINSE (CAN) vs Timothy WANG (USA) pt 3