Application of training strokes in a match play

Table Tennis Training and Drills

Last updated 10 years ago

Wayne Sy

Wayne Sy Asked 10 years ago

Hi there coach. I have problems in applying what I learned from our training in a match play. Whenever we have a match. I can't perform the strokes I did while in a multi-ball training. Is there some way how I can apply those "training strokes" in a match play?  thanks.


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 10 years ago

Hi Wayne,

There is a transition from multi-ball to a match situation.  This is one of the limitations of Multiball.  It is good to train strokes but in a match situation you need to track the same ball out and in and then make the movement and the stroke.

After doing the multi ball training to get the stroke right it is also important to do some one ball training during your practice session so that you get used to playing the stroke in a rally situation.

This is an important step in the training process otherwise you just learn to play strokes and not a game.


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Wayne Sy

Wayne Sy Posted 10 years ago

Thanks coach

 



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