Practising alone

Table Tennis Training and Drills

Last updated 11 years ago

John Johnson

John Johnson Asked 11 years ago

I have a table (not a PP table) and it is up against a wall so I can hit the ball and it bounces back on the table.

The table is the same height as a normal PP table so I can practise on it.

I have watched the "practising alone video" many times

Do you have some exercises for me to improve my skills

p.s. don´t give me some beginner stuff like bouncing the ball on my bat.


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 11 years ago

Hi John,

You can get the ball moving from side to side and therefore practice your footwork as well.  You can also do one backspin and then one topspin stroke, like you are playing against a long pimple player.

The main thing that you will get out of hitting against the wall is control of the ball and also timing.


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