Table tennis can be a very competitive game. There are some people out there who are quite skilful and putting them away is not such an easy task. That’s why this first tip is one that you’re going to want to pay very close attention to.This first tip is on closing points. Every once in a while you’re going to be involved in a point where your opponent just lays one right in there for you like a big juicy watermelon. You take one look at this big fat goose egg just waiting to be slammed into next Tuesday. You wind up, swing away and put the ball on the moon instead of on the table. What happened?What happened, is what happens to many beginners. They see a real easy shot and get so excited about it that they don’t think about what they are doing and in their over excited state, send the ball sailing into orbit. It’s an easy thing to do, even for the more experienced player when in the middle of a big point. So the question is, what do you do to prevent this?The answer is very simple. When you see a shot that is… Read full this story
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