Category Archives: Learn

An Interview With Dora Kurimay

We interviewed, Dora Kurimay, who recently released her second book entitled, Get Your Game Face On Like The Pros! Watch the interview and learn more about how this book can not only help you improve your table tennis game, but also … Continue reading

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iPong Lessons: Forehand Push, Backhand Push, Backhand Hit

In the last video, Peter Li demonstrated the forehand grip, stance, and the forehand hit on the iPong Pro. Here are the rest of the videos that demonstrate the forehand push, backhand push, and the backhand hit. We hope these … Continue reading

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Vikash’s latest blog update – Playing in less than ideal conditions.

Training and competing in college means that you won’t always have perfect playing conditions. Things like slippery floors, bad lighting, and poor tables are common, and thus must be taken into consideration when playing. I’ve learned to marginally adjust my … Continue reading

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Table Tennis Fitness – Shadow Practice

By Tom Nguyen If you’re a serious player, you know how grueling table tennis training can be physically. It requires fast reflexes and cardio if you want to perform at the highest levels. Just take a look at the video … Continue reading

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iPong Lessons: Grip, Stance, Forehand Hit

The iPong is one of the best tools to learn the basics of table tennis.  In this video, 2011 US Men’s National Champion, Peter Li, demonstrates the proper grip, stance, and how to do the forehand hit with the iPong … Continue reading

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Catching up with Allen Wang

By Tom Nguyen Looking back, I remember a period of time when I was taller and a better player then Allen Wang.  Unfortunately that period didn’t last too long.  I first met Allen at the 2005 New Jersey Open on … Continue reading

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Reach with your feet

By Tom Nguyen Are you having trouble getting to those wide angles? Is the ball just out of your reach? It’s probably because you are reaching with your hands.  Instead, remember to move your feet first to get to the … Continue reading

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Visualize And Be Ready For Anything

By Tom Nguyen How many times has a serve just ripped by you or caught you off guard? Or maybe you weren’t ready in time to make the proper service return? Maybe it’s because you’re rusty and haven’t played in … Continue reading

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Get that Backhand Shot on the Table!

By Tom Nguyen My preferred backhand technique is the block. There’s just something very satisfying about blocking every loop or smash that someone throws at you until you win the point. However, I recently came to realize that my love … Continue reading

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Vikash blogs about what he learned at the recent U.S. Open

At the recent U.S. Open held in Grand Rapids, I had a chance to observe and coach some very high-level players. A couple of things caught my eye, and I thought I’d share them here. For offensive players, attacking is … Continue reading

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