23 Replies to “Table Tennis Short Pips Penholder (New Successor of Liu Guoliang)”

  1. Too bad Yan Sheng was not in Budapest to train with Ma Long before the final game with Falck. So Lin Guoliang by himself had to step in to train with Ma Long. But it was succesful 🙂

  2. Can you make a new video regarding short pimps with shakehands please?
    That would be so awesome and thanks for the videos, keep up the good work Mr Coach!

  3. ITTF should raise the ban of spinpips already, it was politically motivated and disgusting. If they really care about unpredictability of LP's spin reversal just make a regulation to limit the length of the pips, but they just want the old age of Waldner and Persson while the whole TT world has move on. Plastic ball has shown to have less spin (expected) and actually bounce HIGHER so defensive players are nerved even more. They clearly pushed it only so slower attacking swing has a chance, but in the end pro player just get more athletic and make the game to be more one dimensional AND more expensive: everyone now faster sponge to compensate since the bounce is higher you kind of not need to compensate for spin compared to speed.

  4. Love the short-pips game. I'm glad some of the Chinese are letting young people still develop their talents whichever way they go.

  5. greetings from portugal, love your videos. very good player!! nice backhand , love is style! is blade looks like clipper cr, can some one tell me what rubbers he uses. is there some chinese shakehand player apart from zhan jian that uses short pips on the forehand? teng yi from the 80s and begining of 90s was a very good player!

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