About 99% of the time, players practice side-to-side footwork moving from forehand to backhand and backhand to forehand. I rarely see players practice in-and-out footwork, but in fact… these players are missing a key element of the game. In this article, I’m going to outline 10 situations where in-and-out footwork is absolutely necessary.
Table tennis is a great way to get into shape, but it still doesn’t cover all your bases. If you’re serious about your health and you want to continue to have the ability to enjoy playing table tennis well into your golden years, you’ll need to perform a little physical training on the side too.
So join me on this 30-day table tennis fitness challenge!
Learn the keys to making or breaking your next tournament
There are several keys that you must remember when playing deuce games.
#1 The first key to remember is… what you did right. You have won 10 points during the game and you must have a clear memory as to which serves won the point outright and which serves setup your game best. You also must have a clear memory about which locations worked best and what game patters worked best.