Learning Table Tennis

Table Tennis Training and Drills

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Mohammed  Alyami

Mohammed Alyami Asked 7 months ago

So, I've been playing table tennis for almost 2 months, and I want to take it seriously, so I take so many notes, but I don't review them much, so I don't know what's the best method to learn table tennis well, especially neither I have a table tennis partner, nor a robot, so please If you know a good way learning, or do you think I take my notes piece by piece and every day goes for one note, thank you guys so much, love your videos!

Best regards, Mohammed


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 7 months ago

Hi Mohammed,

I think each person will learn well in different ways.  Some players like to take a lot of notes and review them regularly.  Others will take some notes and refer to them before each session or each time they think about that skill in training.

See what works best for you personally.  I think the use of notes is underrated though in general.  It gives you time to think about your training and the skill that you are working on.


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Mohammed  Alyami

Mohammed Alyami Posted 7 months ago

I'm playing with 1-Star stiga that costs around 7 dollars, pretty bad racket, that doesn't spin at all, I'm still not very comfortable with my basics, I still miss some of the easy shots sometimes, but I'm still working on it, and I decided to get a better racket so that it becomes so much easier in the serving practice, as well as the normal games spin and strokes, also what do you suggest for a butterfly blade? I might order from butterfly, don't know


Mohammed  Alyami

Mohammed Alyami Posted 7 months ago

Sorry, commented on the wrong question, but commenting about this answer, I usually take so many notes, but I don't review them, so don't know what works best for me



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