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A player is very consistent having everyday practice but - When we do not play table tennis for a period of time for "say one month" and finally after one month without playing table tennis coming and playing on the table might be a little difficult task. At this stage, on what should we focus on? How to learn back the same strokes we were doing? Or is just a little wiggle which we can correct by ourselves? How?
After a break the thing I always stress is allowing yourself to adjust and get your feel back again. Just hit a lot of balls consistently. Allow yourself to feel the ball again. Once you have that you will find your strokes will all come back very naturally.
Don't rush it.
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