How 2 B professional

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Last updated 10 years ago

Rowan .

Rowan . Asked 10 years ago

Hello Dear Coach
My name is Rowan engineer from Syria, like ping-pong madly and my dream to be a professional player
Given the experience I would like to ask your advice what should I do to fulfill my dream I would be an excellent player
Currently I train every day for an hour in the lounge under the supervision of coach
But I want to evolve more rapidly and become more skilled
I look forward to your tips useful
Thank you for your time ..

YOUR FAITHFULLY ,


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 10 years ago

Hi Rawan,

That is a great dream to have.  The main thing is to get as much practice as you can.  The more time you can spend on the table with good focused practice the better you will get.  It sounds simple but that is what it takes.

Try to enter some competitions as well if you can.  These will help you to develop your game and see more players.  If there is a club available then get there as well again so that you can mix with more players and learn from them and play against a variety of styles.

And of course use PingSkills as much as you can!


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Rowan .

Rowan . Posted 10 years ago

i'm working on it .. I joined the club
I also joined
Championship northern Syria

thanks alot 4 ur time


ryan spintastic penner

ryan spintastic penner Posted 10 years ago

Thank you coach for making pingskills so user friendly on the mobile phone iPhone. Will be on the road tuning in for last second advice for US open this weekend where I will do my best to "keep it on the table".  


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 10 years ago

Hey Ryan,

I'm glad you're liking the website on a mobile. How did you go at the US open?


ryan spintastic penner

ryan spintastic penner Posted 10 years ago

Hi Jeff,  Went 0-9 at the US Open, but my spirit and enthusiasm remains undefeated! 


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 10 years ago

Keep working Ryan and things will come together. It's great to hear you have such a good attitude.


Lukas Oberbanscheidt

Lukas Oberbanscheidt Posted 10 years ago

Hey Ryan, Have u won?


ryan spintastic penner

ryan spintastic penner Posted 10 years ago

lukas- As a novice I haven't won any games yet.  I stay encouraged by remembering that we only fail if we give up.  If we learn from our losses and make adjustments we will get better.  Constant and never ending improvement- something to live by. 


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 10 years ago

I like it Ryan...


Lukas Oberbanscheidt

Lukas Oberbanscheidt Posted 10 years ago

Oh sorry Ryan I didn't read it im from germany and my englisch isn't so good so i couldn't translate it. But Ryan, Keep it go!



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