Strategies against allrounder

Table Tennis Match Strategy

Last updated 9 years ago

Jonathan Huynh

Jonathan Huynh Asked 9 years ago

my opponent is an allrounder, and a good one. he has a great backand push and counter-hit/topspin and his forehand is a great as his backhand. I can sometimes get him offbalance and finish with a smash, but he always checks his form and makes sure that doesn't happen again. also, he serves really short, making it diffuclt to stop him attacking after that because i don't have a great flick or short push. i sometimes push long and really fast right into him, get him offbalance and then smash, but it works 4 or 5 times. i'm having trouble thinking of new strategys and sometimes it takes a long time to warm-up. it might be 6-0 (points)before i could start getting points.

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 9 years ago

Hi Jonathan,

I would try the long pushing more and then try to make an attack.

We also have a full lesson on this in our Match Strategy Course.  Take a look at Playing An All Round Player.

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Jonathan Huynh

Jonathan Huynh Posted 9 years ago

ok, thanks

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