28 Replies to “Table Tennis – Training Alone”

  1. But in the game, the ball is coming at you with speed and spin. You may be messing up your timing and touch hitting a stationary ball like this. You can get paid doing this in the club, because you are a good ball feeder. Whoever is counter hitting your shots on the other side will definitely improve his game.

  2. The ball is dropped parallel with no spin if very little so it's not very helpful. Firstly, it gives you a false sense of confidence in your shots because anyone that it at a decent level will be able to them on the table with no problem but when they train with a partner or play in a match they will soon realise that it has not been helpful at and the second thing that is wrong with it is that it could mess up technique because you will get into the habit of playing strokes that wont work in a match situation. I can understand the pushing 'exercise' but still a bit pointless, the top spin 'exercises' are a waste of time. Plus, you would never take the ball that early (over the table) with a 'backhand punch'. There are many more examples of this. Just don't bother playing that day if you don't have a partner, it would be more beneficial to hit the ball up and down on you bat.

  3. I must buy more balls, I didn't know that I can train my self by my self, this is my eye opener….I have all equipment and table, but I don't have partner for learning and training…. joola mikado off+ blade, fh joola samba 27 (plastics ball rubber) bh mambo h , 2.0 both tremendous type of feeling form your wrist, body and footwork

  4. This, for me, is a great way to learn and improve the movements of each stroke without frustrating a partner. Thanks for the video.

  5. Just watching you produce all that power gives me goosebumps.

    I can't even nail a perfect backhand punch and i've been trying to better my backhand for the past 3 years πŸ˜‚

    I'm looking to invest in a new blade and red rubber. Preferably something with the speed glue/clicking sound. I have looked at rubbers like Andro Rasant Turbo, Andro Plasma, Butterfly Bryce and Donic Desto F3 Big Slam

    I would like to get one of these rubbers for my backhand preferably as i am currently using the following;

    FH – Andro Hexer Duro
    BH – DHS G888 (i don't think it's real though but it does do a good job of blocking with great control lol)
    Blade – Dunlop Revolution 6500

    The blade itself has a nice vibrating touch every time the ball repels against the rubber, but because of replacing my old black DHS Hurricane 3 (may be fake but once again did the job) for the recently purchased Andro Hexer Duro, my backhand rubber DHS G888 feels a lot more heavier as it has a thick orange sponge… So, opinions?

  6. Great practice lesson, the more practice the more improvement. The guy who said not helping has not try it, it will help much. I practice by myself and jump from 1500 to 1900/2000. I beat the guy 1833 11-0 in 3 games win; 2 games were not 11-0 but won convincingly.

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