Coach Samson Dubina 2016 US National Team Coach 2015 USATT Coach of the Year
 

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Serve or Receive?

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If you win the toss, which do you choose?  Serve or Receive?
 
This article starts off seemingly insignificant but concludes with the main point.  You must read the full article to understand the thought process…
 

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Serve & Return

Serving
Improve both your serve and serve return!

The #1 topic in table tennis is serve & return. This week, I decided to feature some of my videos. Regardless if you are developing a new serve or just perfecting an old favorite, I would highly recommend that you take a minute and check out these videos...

The Complete Game

Learn the importance of developing many skills

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I have asked many table tennis players about the most important aspects of the game.  I commonly hear responses such as…
 
“It’s all about footwork.  If my footwork improves, I’ll be able to return everything because I’ll be in position.”
 
“This game is 99% about serve and serve return.  If I can improve those aspects, I can really beat everyone at this club.”
 

Open Your Eyes 0_0

Look at your opponent and win!

 
 
 
 
 
Winning tournaments isn’t merely about having fast footwork and a powerful loop.  Winning is often determined by how poorly you can make your opponent play.  In many other sports like swimming or running or weight lifting, you compete and your opponent competes.  Your job in running is to perform well yourself.  However, your job in table tennis is to hinder your opponent.  I’m going to be very blunt here…  If your opponent doesn’t miss, then you can’t score a single point! Think about that for a minute…
 

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