You can't lose the point if you don't miss. Learn the most important skills to become a consistent player.
Reacting to different amounts of backspin can be difficult. Watch this video to learn how to deal with any variation of backspin.
Does your grip allow you to switch easily between backhand and forehand? Learn the important points to switch seamlessly.
Everything you wanted to know about hitting the ball harder is discussed in this master class on the forehand topspin.
Improve your footwork so you can make good position for every stroke. This is essential for developing your game.
Do you know the 2 best ways to move out to a wide ball? We discuss them both in this master class.
Learn how to pick the footwork drills that are going to help you improve the most.
Learn the secrets to fast footwork and some timeless methods for practicing this skill.
Do you ever stop to think about your own technique? Learn the best ways to ensure you are playing your strokes correctly.
Your wrist can help you generate more speed and more spin. Learn how in this week's master class.
Learn how to make your push effective and you'll be able to control the rally.
In this week's master class we discuss your options when you are forced back from the table. You can counter attack, chop or lob.
In this week's master class we discuss how to find your opponent's weak spot.
Learn why you should be thinking about the crossover point and how targeting it could improve your game.
In this week's master class we talk about how effective a shorter ball can be when used as a surprise tactic during a rally.
In this week's master class we talk about the importance of the backhand in the modern game of Table Tennis.
Stay relaxed! This is the number 1 tip for hitting the ball faster. We discuss this and other ways to make your strokes quicker.
A slow spinny topspin can be really difficult for your opponent to deal with. In this master class we discuss how effective this can be at every level.
Vary the height and pace of your topspin shots against defenders to break up their rhythm. This will make your faster topspins much more effective.
Surprise is the key to a good fast push. You need to keep your backswing for the fast push the same as for your short push for deception.
The 2 key principles for generating spin are to have a brushing contact and a fast contact. In this master class we discuss how you can do this for all of your strokes.
The best way to disguise your spin is by making small variations in the amount of spin you put on the ball. You won't believe how effective this is in drawing errors from your opponent.
Get the most out of your topspins by using spin and speed and. If you simply hit the ball faster without any topspin, it will sail off the end of the table.
Learn how to deceive your opponent with the pendulum sidespin serve and the pendulum topspin serve.
Deceive your opponent with the classic backspin/no spin serve combination. Find out how in this master class.
Long or short aren't the only options for your serve. Learn why a serve where the second bounce is near the end of the table is so effective.
The penhold grip has a natural advantage for serving. However with a small change of grip, the shakehand player can level the playing field.
The high toss serve is not a serve you see very often. Take the time to learn it and it can be your secret weapon. We show you how to do it and explain why it is so effective.
I'm serious! The key to progress from a good player to a great player is your short push return. The stroke is that important. Watch this master class to learn all the important details.
Long returns will make your short pushes more effective by keeping your opponent off guard. Watch this master class to find out the important information about returning the ball long.
By attacking first you put your opponent on the defensive. In this master class we give some tips on how to get a long return from your serve.
Wrestle the advantage away from the server by making an effective return. In this master class we discuss the thought process you should go through when receiving serve.
Get the most out of your training session by making sure that you are 100% focused when blocking for your opponent. It's a great opportunity to improve your block.
It's amazing how many times you can win a point when you thought it was over just by making your opponent play one extra ball. Watch this master class for some tips on staying alive.
When lobbing, if you can get some topspin on the ball and force the smasher away from the table you are likely to get a weak smash and then you can take your chance to counter attack!
There are a number of strategies you can use to try and turn the tide in a rally. In this master class we talk about how to get yourself into the best position for this.
Learn why the 3rd ball is different from other balls in a rally and why you need to practice this skill separately.
To improve your backhand topspin you need to practice it. Watch this master class for some great tips including finding your hitting zone and how to practice getting into perfect position.
If you have problems playing a followup forehand after a topspin off backspin then watch this master class to learn why it happens and how to adjust so you can make an effective topspin instead.
Learn what makes a third ball effective and listen to Jeff share some of his personal favourite third ball tips.
You need to know how you win points and then develop those skills into a fierce weapon by focusing your training around them. Table Tennis is about winning points.
It's important to examine your opponent and find out their weaknesses. You should even design drills to help you exploit these.
Take away your opponent's strength. By stopping them from attacking you will frustrate them and give yourself more chances to win the point. Watch the video now to learn more great tips.
Think about how to make life difficult for the defender. Do they have a weaker side? Do they prefer a faster or slower ball? Should you serve short more often? Watch the video to find out some great t
Take action! Write down your goals for your next tournament. Watch this video for some ideas on what goals you should set.
We've seen the movie where the underdog wins against all odds by getting all fired up. But does everyone play their best when they are really pumped up?
It is possible to work on improving your technique without having to hit a ball. Watch this master class to find out how.
When the score gets close and you start to get nervous, a pre-point routine can give you something to focus on and help calm you down.
Hear our thoughts on what to expect from a tournament. We talk about how many events to enter, how often you should practice plus much, much more.
It's important that you assess your opponent's skill level and your own skill level. Using this information you can then decide how much risk you need to put into your game.
It's important to be physically and mentally prepared when you step out on to the table. This week we talk about what you should do in the last 20 minutes before your match.
After each set of Table Tennis you get a 1 minute break. During this time you need to review the previous set and prepare your tactics for the next one.