Inconsistency is likely the main reason for your poor performance in tournaments. Will doing more drills help you? Possibly.
Here at the Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy, we aren’t just concerned with the number of hours, we are also concerned about the quality of the hours realizing that each individual player might need to adjust his/her drills slightly. In this article, I’m going to briefly outline the 3:1 principle that we have developed.
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Learn about the most under-developed part of table tennis
The average match in table tennis takes about 20 minutes. Out of the 20 min, about 5 min total is spent on rallies. The other 15 minutes is spent picking up the ball, preparing for the serve, taking towel breaks, taking timeouts, and getting coaching advice. So, here is the question that I would like for you to consider…
If only 25% of the match time is spend playing points, then why do we spend 99.9% of our effort on that portion of the game and we spend about 0.1% of our effort on the dead time???
Samson Offers Answers to a Common Tournament Question...
In tournaments, many players want to play in higher-rated events. Many 1200 players like to play in the u1800 and u2000 events. Many 1800 players like to play in the u2300 and u2500 events. Playing in these high-rated events can be beneficial or it can be harmful. Here are some benefits and risks…
The Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy would like to congratulate Roger liu for being the October student of the month. Roger had an outstanding performance at the Millcreek Open dominating the u2400 event. There are several reasons
Roger showed very good focus throughout his matches and was fighting hard for every point.
Roger was a team player and was willing to help others throughout the weekend. At various times throughout the tournament, Roger was seen coaching and cheering for other SDTTA members.