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Let, back to the basic and watch this 2 masters…E.T. Waldner (Swe) and Li Gun Sang (north Korea).

Li is one of the best defence Player , ever. I just saw him the first time a week before in Budapest.He defeated T.Klampar in a fantastic match…

Just watch here, both players technique, close to perfect.

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Check especially how Waldner make variations in spin and placement…

Very important also, watch how he accelerates on the ball using his forearm (flexion of the forearm on the arm, using the biceps). I described in details, forehand topspin technique in a previous video, and I am happy that I have found this video to show what I meant…

Enjoy.

To watch good players is always good to learn what to do and especially for footwork

Check here How Wang Liqin places his legs and then transfer the weight of the body from right leg to the left (front) leg…

Too often players, plays with the feet almost parallelle to the base line of the table, they do not engage enough the body into the table which provoke less efficiency in their stroke but also making them coming to late when the next ball is coming back deep in the forehand side…

Good Practice…

Paul Noel

In my career, I had the chance to see some fantastic ball rally, sometimes just as spectator, sometimes sitting on the bench as coach…

But in this video “Primorac vs Maze” there are some very good points, especially the last one, the match point…

Enjoy…

Ma lin ghost serve is a back spin serve with fantastic backspin quality and a movement made after the contact with the ball to hide his first action and trick his opponent…

Good practice

If you want really to improve your game and get maximum results from your training in competition, then you must follow these principles

Table tennis tips 1- Improve your serves (always to have 1 serve and its opposite…)
Table tennis tips 2- Train your receiving/returning ( more safe, more aggressive, better placements,..)
Table tennis tips 3- Practice your first ball after serve: better will be your serve, better you will know where and how the ball, will come back, you need to be active on this ball and take the initiative
Table tennis tips 4- practice your second forehand topspin: usually first topspin is with rotation , second will be more aggressive
Table tennis tips 5- Improve your balance and footwork : first react with the feet and move to the apprpriate position, then play the balls

Remember, at least 70 % of all your points will be on the first 3 balls: service, opening topspin/loop , fast topspin… (especially at beginner or intermediate level )

practice in theTraining what you use in competition

Good Practice

Paul Noel

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