Last updated 8 years ago
There's a coach said that multi ball is only useful for beginners and useless for pros
He said that it's better to practice with only one ball.
What do you think about it? If it's useful, how much frequency should I practice with multi ball?
The top Chinese players utilise multi-ball for their training.
As a generalisation, I think 25% of your training can be made up of multi-ball drills.
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Frendy Halim Posted 8 years ago
So how much training should I have with multi-ball?
And what should I focus when training with it?
Ilia Minkin Posted 8 years ago
Show this video to your coach: http://v.qq.com/boke/page/s/9/7/s0146yo3597.html
Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 8 years ago
About 25% of you training. You can focus on the things you are focusing on in general with your training.
Dieter Verhofstadt Posted 8 years ago
It's amazing how coaches can make random claims like this.
zeeshan baba Posted 8 years ago
hiiii..... pungskills ,
i mostly lost the ball from the table i am not able to place the ball . my quest.... is that what factors improve my placement . and which type of bat is best for me
Jaydev Ashra Posted 8 years ago
I think Multiball is useful for ingraining a particular stroke, say forehand loops. There are also Footwork drills and Placement Drills to improve these areas. I use more than 30% Multiball training for my players and in my practice, too. From experience, I get to know that it is more useful after you advance in your level.