Difficulty Level: Ultimate
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.
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"The best parts of the book are the specific step-by-step chronicling of how his game was developed from beginner to 2000 player." - Larry Hodges
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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.
With the 2012 College National Table Tennis Championships approaching, Princeton Alumni Weekly spoke with members of Princeton's table tennis team about training, preparation, and the club's recent history.
Reported by Carl Danner, HPC Chair