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PostSubject: Improving Your Table Tennis Serve   Sat May 01, 2010 3:21 pm

Improving Your Table Tennis Serve

The serve is the most important stroke of all of table tennis. It’s the beginning to every rally.

If no one serves the ball, then no one can return a shot. Improving your table tennis serve can boost your game to another level. This level can really cause your opponents to make mistakes not normally done. A great table tennis serve can set you up for a kill. It can also help dictate a match in your favor.

So why do many players not practice their table tennis serve?

The answer to that question may be the player’s ego. Since the table tennis serve is only done but a few times in a match, many players focus on the other stroke.

This can ruin a person’s game because they can miss out on so many points a great table tennis serve can earn. For instance, let’s pretend you’re on a tennis court at Wimbledon and the match is about to begin. If a player hits the net, then it’s called a fault. If the player fails to hit the ball to the opposite side of the court a second time, then it’s a double fault and a point is rewarded to the other player.

It’s the same thing when you’re playing table tennis. The only exception is that the playing surface is shorter and the only second chance you can get is if the ball hits the net and travel forward. In simple terms, a table tennis serve is the only shot where complete control is in the server’s hands.

So what makes a good table tennis serve?

Placement of the ball and disguise of the spin or speed are the two factors for a good table tennis serve. The best scenario is seeing your opponent struggle with your table tennis serve.

However to be good in serving the ball, you must practice. Set aside some time while you practice to master your serve. Look for instructional table tennis videos or DVD’s that teach how to do table tennis serves. After all, what good is the other strokes if you can’t perform a table tennis serve to your advantage!

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PostSubject: How To Improve Your Table Tennis Serve   Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:31 am

Part 1: forehand or backhand serve; type of spin; where I should serve the ball from; where I should serve the ball to. Part 1 of a 4 part series. Serving today is an extremely complicated topic. This series of 4 videos explains and demonstrates 9 points which Jim Clegg feels all table tennis players should think about before they serve the ball.

Thanks for watching video How To Improve Your Table Tennis Serve For more how to videos, expert advice, instructional tips, tricks, guides and tutorials on this subject, visit the topic Sports & Outdoors.

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