Mental Toughness in Table Tennis
The 2016 US Olympic Table Tennis Team Trials will be streamed exclusively on NBC Sports Network Live Extra. The network will carry the Men’s and Women’s Finals at 7pm (ET) each night on Thursday (February 4), Friday (February 5), and Saturday (February 6).
USATT Insider poses 11 questions to Stefano Ratti.
To All athletes, coaches, agents, officials and staff participating at 2016 US Olympic Trials in Greensboro, NC on Feb 4-6.
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Whether you want to call it ping pong or table tennis, it's one of the most unique Olympic sports. And the best players in America will be in town next week for the U.S. Olympic trials. Including one guy who hopes to go back to back.
The US Olympic Trials for the 2016 Table Tennis Team begins Thursday, February 4th and continues until Saturday, February 6th at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Everybody loves Table Tennis – even Arnold! Every year he visits Table Tennis at the Arnold Sports Festival, walks up to one of the many tables, asks for a racket, and plays with anyone willing to take on the Terminator! He is such a great sport and loves to interact with all.
How much better would you be if you knew where your opponent was going to hit the ball before they made contact? Well, now you can with the most amazing training tool to hit your smart phone or tablet!
What does talent mean? If you look up the meaning in the major dictionaries, they say: ”talent is a natural aptitude or skill.”
Next week's U.S. Olympic table tennis trials are set to include an 11-year-old girl and a 93-year-old man, but perhaps the most intriguing participant is Wang Chen.
Tahl Leibovitz is a Paralympic gold medalist, is currently ranked #8 in the world in Class 9, and has over 25 years of table tennis experience as both a player and coach.