*BEST* Table Tennis Shots (Beat ANY Opponent!)

*BEST* Table Tennis Shots (Beat ANY Opponent!)



what's going on today guys welcome back to another video if you are looking to become a pro at ping pong you're in the wrong place today I'm gonna be showing you the tips to become better people way better you can practice these anytime you want today I'm gonna be showing you all these shots that I practiced and tried master the ones that I kind of made myself but they're already like shots anyways um they're ones that I practice I didn't really make them myself but I kind of discovered them on my own um so I'm just gonna show you how to do those what they are all that stuff so with that being said let's go ahead and get on in there and I'll show you my top 5 best shots ha I lied one more announcement if you come up next time for you idea meaning you comment it down below I'll show you on the next video so Carl your ideas down below I did not fall now we're go ahead and keep it off with shot number one shot number one is one of my favorites it's basically put the balls too long alright gonna come you're gonna stand basically just like this kind of 45-degree angle to the table something like that you're gonna swipe and this is the basic motion of the shot all right but it's gonna be lower than most shots so you're basically going to let the ball hit this side you're going to let it hit you're gonna hit that side at this side and you're going to swing at it right when it's right in this area down here right it right at the table level you want to improve it you can go below the table level swept up like that but basically this gives the ball some back and left spins it spins off to the left and it comes up and sinks back down on the other side my favorites it was basically just like that sinks around on the other side look a demonstration okay so there is the first shot like I said um after getting a lot more times than their rate explained if there's a lot of flicking going on the wrist it's a lot of going like this really expandable to go up and around I found that the lower you hit it the more of an arc its gonna have but the lower you hit it and then more of a flick you put on it then that's the better gonna it's gonna be a better shot then go lower gonna have great curd off you hit it more up here come on finish you're going to get more topspin on it but if you get it back here you can get more backspin on it so that's kind of how it is if you kind of go like this give it a backspin okay so shot number two is similar except it's gonna be using the forehand and by the way if you want me to do a full video on any one of these shots let me know and I would be perfectly willing to anyways this is going to be a very similar shot you're coming down I went on this way similar motion last ones this way this one's this way you can swiping on the ball and hopefully if you already have some backspin that's right spinning it's pretty much the opposite direction from the last shots are just gonna come on the ball I don't know just like this this is one it has a tendency to pop up sometimes but if you hit it from farther back it's a lot easier to hit and it will throw off your opponents a lot better to go [Applause] all right for that shot I help the pedal I have a power like this closer till the pedal see that it goes through like this so instead of having a traditional hold that you most people probably hold it just going to slide it out and hold more of the face so that's kind of how I'm holding it like that that's pretty good right there so shot number three is what is known as the back push now this shot is a very easy strong it's easy to learn the basic motion and mechanics of this shot is you're gonna just push forward lightly paddle facing backwards 75 45 90 degree angle whatever you want to have been depending on how high you want to hit the ball I suggest is closer to a 90 degree angle that gives you a lot of room to put some side spin on what are you doing in this shot is you're laying the ball do all the work so it's going to come to me and I'm just going to put no forward motion on it and I'm just going to get a moving sideways or keep it straight to give that back spin or sighs been that I'm looking for it so here going to go ahead and jump in and demonstration [Applause] soon as you can see from that shot basically if you want to put some topspin on you can you're just going to pull it up also this gives you a lot of freedom to put the ball wherever you want the lower you get you just pop it over here pop over here come over here whatever you want compensate for some of that shock and you just going to absorb some of it to give you a lower distance and you're gonna give it a tiny little punch be able to further distance so now on the shot over for shot number four is one of my favorites and it's very similar to shot number two it's an easy forehand shot not easy it's pretty tricky sometimes actually but basically what's going to be happening here is you're going to be stepping we're a lot farther away from a table and you're going to be extending your whole arm and swinging right down here I call it the undercut shot because you're swinging right under the ball now this ball can be super low it gives us some nice backspin to go right around the net over the net so I'm gonna strip [Applause] space-filling this shot if you're looking for a fun shot that's not necessarily easy it's a little difficult it takes in practice for a funny shot they can put a ton of spin on and it's extremely low this is a great one and I'll press the trends they too much shot I highly suggest trying it practicing it I have robots from I'm able to practice it on a regular basis so that is shot on the floor basically pull-up arm extension it's pretty simple but it's sometimes tricky to catch the ball because the paddle is so flat it's hard to gauge where the ball is going to be because when you have it like this you can see where the ball is coming coming towards you and you could get it so that's shot before on under five all right so this is gonna be the final shot and this is a killer one of my favorite I use it so much this is one of the fastest shots I have ain't the ball pretty hard like this it's gonna give you a ton of topspin so here it is shot number five we're gonna be coming along this is the forehand spike shot now when you think of spike when I used to pick up spike I thought it involved I don't see up in the air initially some spike me like that that's not the kind of I'm talking about like I'm talking about is a very low very accurate shot you're basically coming along go set the table but this shot is a low one are you coming along [Applause] go ahead and show you basically you're going to be standing just got like this come across swing a little bit of wrist action in there too long and hang the ball probably to about right over there that part of the table [Applause] let's try number five it's crazy one basically you're gonna have your paddle close to a 70 degree angle 60 bring something like that and come along as you kind of saw I was kind of at the edge of this table over here of course this depends on where your opponent hits it it's much easier if they hit it over here but also there is the backhand spike that I would do in another video you can learn anyway is that shot number five very fast speedy one of the best shots that I know it's great to practice if you have a robot I highly suggest you practice that one because is it easy one because you just wind up hit wind up bit you really need to go a motion there I mean practice only it's better to practice against a real person because a real person is not going to be nearly as consistent as a robot but that being said let's go on to the object all right everybody that's gonna be it for today's video I really hope you enjoyed if you have any questions please drop them down below I love reading the comments also if you wants to be a close-up or a specific anything specific about that any of those shots over there I'll be glad to make another video specifically about any of those I might do a part two sometime soon because I realize that there are a lot more shots that I do on a regular basis that I can put into a video but anyways these are my top five shots that I use pretty much all the time every game I use all these shots if you want to see a similar video I have a top 5 serves that is a great one similar to these they are just backspin and sidespin I have a tomahawks or even they're very similar but that being said thanks for watching subscribe down below to see more videos like this and more tutorials and other hilarious videos but that being said thank you and I'll see you next time on you

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