If you are the type of player who has trouble generating power when looping, try out these two tips, and you'll be surprised at the improvement.
There is a big difference between playing good and being a good competitor. Following these three tips will have you well on your way toward playing your best.
One of the least utilized methods for improving one's game, yet one of the easiest to do, is to study the way you play matches
If you know your opponent’s rating before a tournament match, you most likely know roughly what his level is.
Many players who want to improve make the mistake of trying to play mostly stronger players.
US World Team Member Sean Lonergan provides some common sense to picking the right style for your game.
How does a top player push effectively? There are four things he does that lower-ranked players don’t do.
Everyone has at least one serve that gives them trouble
US World Team Member Sean Lonergan provides some sound advice on preparing for major events.
US National Champion and former Olympic Coach Dan Seemiller wants you to get more spin on your serve!
US Olympian Jun Gao shares some thoughts on reaching the top in the sport of table tennis!
Early in your playing career, experiment with lots of rackets and sponge. Borrow rackets from other players to try out.
We all know the feeling – we’ve accidently set up our opponent for a big-time smash. Many players tighten up in panic when that happens, turning a likely lost point into a sure thing.