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I have been richly blessed in so many ways. One of the ways is through the table tennis community (and some people outside the community) coming to support the academy!
Thanks to all the players who participated in the Presper Financial Architects Open!
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Returning Nets and Edges
Many championship matches are won and lost on “lucky balls” – nets and edges. At the elite level, returning nets and edges is a skill that takes years to master. Today, I’m going to give several tips on how to safely land these balls.
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Six Types of Footwork Drills
There are hundreds to table tennis footwork drills. Most of these drills are in one of the following categories. Before reading the article, can you name the 6 types? (No peeking!!!)
Many people think that lobs are easy to deal with. Actually, lobbers can be very difficult opponents. I have several tips for you about how to play against lobbers…
#1 Be Serious
Before beginning any match, be serious and be focused on your strategy. Don’t start off the match against a lobber without your full focus.
#2 Adjust Your Body