USATT Insider - Edition 91
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We are trying some experiments - using resistance, just to make sure that the in and out footwork becomes more active and dynamic.
Attitude is the difference between good and great in sports. If you create confidence and positivity in matches, you are much more likely to find your A game than if you just go out there to play.
However heated the ping pong matches get in whichever tech office where you happen to work, we’re pretty sure no one you know is making shots like these guys.
If you still have nightmares about the k'chink sound from Guitar Hero and want to up your table tennis game, then you need Mark Wheeler's Ping Pong FM.
Forpheus, the mighty table tennis robot developed by Japan’s Omron, is getting smarter. An updated version on show at the Ceatec electronics show this week has artificial intelligence to become a tougher opponent.
Tress Way apparently isn’t just a skilled punter. He’s also the tops when it comes to table tennis. He likely doesn’t have Olympic-level skills, but he’s got enough talent to find himself at the top of the Redskins’ locker room ping pong leaderboard.
After flying all night to Hong Kong, nearly 100 students from Tacoma’s Lincoln High School found themselves with their first challenge: Try to keep up with champion table tennis players.
When I say ‘attack the middle’, what I really mean is attacking an opponent’s crossover point. Most of the time, this will be located more in the centre of the table, rather than in the corners.
Hong Kong's number 1 male player Wong Chun Ting takes on the ITTF Ask a Pro Anything challenge with Adam Bobrow! Watch to learn more about this table tennis champion as he tries to answer questions from his fans.
Acclimatising and relishing in the occasion, Japan’s Miu Hirano secured the Seamaster 2016 Women’s World Cup title in Philadelphia at the final hurdle in a most impressive manner.