In table tennis, it’s good to keep moving the ball around to make an opponent move. However, sometimes you want to go to the same place twice. Here are a few good examples.
1983: USATT Potpourri
The event is open to players from the United States, Canada, Bermuda, and Greenland. Continental champions will be determined in men’s and women’s events.
A two days competition April 20-21, 2013 with April 19, a day for practice.
1984: May Tournaments (Pintea/Domonkos Win Canadian National’s—Kosanovic/Caetano Boycott It). 1984: Danny Seemiller Wins $800, Sean O’Neill $600 at Baltimore Invitational.
The world's first real hip hop song about Ping Pong!
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Ferenc Karsai, long time Head Coach of Austrian National Team, about talent in table tennis and working with Werner Schlager, the last world single champion from Europe.
Some opponents have very good loops, and loop any serve that goes long. However, unless they are at a very high level, most players cannot loop a very fast serve.
Khoa Dinh Nguyen vs. Jim Butler. Courtesy of Jay Tuberville.
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