18 Replies to “Table Tennis Forehand Flick: 3 Tips to Remember”

  1. Summed for right handers
    1. Position: Right foot should step forward, leaning weight on right leg.  Put the racket over the table in front of you (like showed)
    2. Contact ball at highest point, contact 3 or 4 o clock (4 o clock if a lot of underspin). most power comes from Elbow and wrist.
    Important to lift and accelerate the ball for it to hit the table.
    3. Quickly back to neutral position, prepare next shot. [80% right side… if you sent it towards the left?]
    4*. When used against you, remember to send flicks back down the line. (aka, to flickers left side). 🙂

  2. Good video tek nik. I like it. Working on it ASAP!

    Which one is important, sharp third ball attack or great on rally (play on distance)? Which one is a must train first as a weapon?

    Thanx Coach

  3. Thanks for the video couch, i'd like to ask for a video about advices and exercises for the footwork. Thanks again and good luck ^_^

  4. 3 tips, first step forwards, second hit at the high, third return to neutral position. Other than that, I like this, hit with acceleration.

  5. how to pronounce the word "technique" ? Some site says the accent is the second, some says the first accent? /tɛkˈniːk/

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