36 Replies to “Forehand Push | Table Tennis | PingSkills”

  1. Hi Coaches, thanks for the video.

    In your final excercise where you and Jeff are pushing, the ball is going high over the net and deep. How would you change the way you do it to try to
    1) Make the ball short bot spinny
    2) Make the ball barely pass on top of the net.

    Could you please advise on when is it a good idea to make a deep push? it is best to do it to your oponent's weakest side, to get a weak loop or a long push back to you, are there other scenarios?

    Thanks as always for the time and effort in the videos!

  2. Hello Sir , Is backhand push same as Chop as I can see the hand movement and angles slighly hte same.?

  3. Sir you are really awesome. In each video you have shown different aspects of this game. Hats off to both of you.

  4. I have watched several tutorial videos for improving table tennis skills but Pingskills is the one of the best !!!

  5. your narrating style is awesome sir, and watching Jeff doing strokes is also a great , i started loving this game thank you

  6. How to block a chop in forehand everytime i block it goes into the net i can't block that even in backhand too plzz help me

  7. You are amazing! Thank you very much for making these efforts of teaching. Greetings from Vietnam, a country that also loves table tennis very much 😉

  8. Hi and thanks for your videos.They are really helpful to me.
    But i think when you do push stroke the ball comes upward and it pravides an exellent opportunity to do a flick,or topspin.So what should we do in order to avoid this problem

  9.  im going to play pingpong on our intramurals and thanks for this video it helps me a lot :)) Godbless

  10. Have you seen our video "Alois vs Jeff". You can find it on our website by searching for Alois vs Jeff under the ask the coach section.

  11. YEAH! Best of 5. The first guy who wins 3 sets wins! And to be more interesting, hire a referee, umpire & a scorer & invite your friends to watch to give that tournament feel!

  12. That's right. You can brush under the ball and angle your bat back more to counter the backspin. His backspin will cause the ball to drag down off your bat towards the net. Angling you bat backwards and brushing under the ball is the key. That way you can generate your own backspin back to him.

  13. Hi Pingskills, I have already posted this question. Need help.
    I am a left handed, when I do a short serve and the opponent returns it with a backspin deep on my my forehand side, I usually try to attack with the topspin if it is slightly out of the table. Because I am still moving while hitting and there is backspin ball usually goes pass the end of the table. It looks like forehand push is a safe option here, but I want to know how to hit the topspin in such cases.
    Thanks in advance!

  14. it's not about the competition, it's about the lessons… Although, Alois and Jeff, it would be interesting for us to see a match between you two, ever since I started watching your videos I wanted to see something like this 😀

  15. Hi ! I was wondering why don't you just upload a video of you against each other, so we will all see how good you are.

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