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What brand of blade do you use ?
Butterfly
41%
 41% [ 18 ]
Stiga
18%
 18% [ 8 ]
DHS
5%
 5% [ 2 ]
Donic
14%
 14% [ 6 ]
Yasaka
7%
 7% [ 3 ]
729 Friendship
7%
 7% [ 3 ]
JOOLA
2%
 2% [ 1 ]
Killerspin
2%
 2% [ 1 ]
Andro
2%
 2% [ 1 ]
Xiom
2%
 2% [ 1 ]
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PostSubject: Spin practice   Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:19 am

Being able to play good spin shots relies on good ball control. If you're a beginner, I'd recommend that you use the following exercises to improve your table tennis technique:

1. Using the forehand side of your racket and a loose wrist action, bounce the ball vertically to a height of approximately 30cm (12 inches), imparting sidespin

2. Repeat 1 above, but use the opposite sidespin

3. Repeat the above, but use each side of your racket alternately



My top table tennis techniques:

When practising these exercises, try to ensure that the ball bounces as near to vertical as possible.

Also, ensure that your wrist action produces most of the movement necessary to produce the spin - and that you use a light touch.

As you improve, it's important to develop a variety of strokes because basic spin will be easy for your opponents to read.




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