The four basic table tennis shots: Forehand Drive Backhand Drive Forehand Push Backhand Push.
Backhand Drive Shorter and quicker than the forehand drive which means it could be a powerful weapon in table tennis if properly executed. The purpose of this stroke is to play aggressively and stop your opponent from playing an attacking stroke or weaken that stroke.
Category: Backhand Drive Backhand Drive. This shot is carried out close to the table - less than one metre away, even slightly over the table. The purpose is to return the ball with power, error-free and to be absolutely ready for the next attack. It's a compact shot.Backhand Techniques.. A coaching lesson teaching the backhand topspin against backspin in Table Tennis. The backhand topspin is also known as the backhand loop.. a backhand topspin. Learn how to play a backhand topspin. How to play a backhand drive. A beginner’s guide on how to play a backhand drive. facebook. Practice Makes Perfect.June 1, 2020. Ojo Onaolapo is a coach at San Antonio Table Tennis Club. One of Ojo Onaolapo’s standout moment from the early stages of his table tennis career came at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore where he achieved a quarter-finals finish in the Men’s Singles competition before missing out to the eventual champion Koki Niwa.
Stand in the forehand(or backhand) corner of the table, with your left shoulder and foot back so your body faces away from the table. This position helps hide the ball during contact. Place the ball in the flat of your hand close to your stomach, and with the new grip hold the paddle slightly behind the ball.Read More
However, with proper technique (and a lot of practice!), one can create nearly as much power (and perhaps more!) on the backhand side as on the forehand. The most important power shot in table tennis is the loop. Although many players develop good forehand loops, many do not bother learning the backhand loop—seriously handicapping their games.Read More
In table tennis, the strokes break down into generally offensive (producing topspin) and defensive (producing backspin). Spin exceptions are the smash, block, and lob. The types of strokes include Backhand Counterhit and Forehand Counterhit Edit.Read More
Forehand drive - it's an attacking shot, some topspin, mainly when close to the table when ball could be pretty high. Wide leg stance, left foot slightly forward. Rotate from your waist, don't just use the arm, bat starts about waist height.Read More
By using literature,experimental method and mathematical statistics,the research focused on the skill in ping pong named backhand loop drive. The experiment selected six secondary men ping pong players as testers, whose age between 14-17.they come from Jilin province.Read More
In table tennis or ping pong, the backhand Dive which also is called counterhit is a very important stroke. You should master this technique to progress onto the backhand block and backhand topspin strokes. How to Play a Table Tennis Backhand Drive - Stage 3 Wrist.Read More
The backhand push is a controlled shot that is mostly used as a service receive technique. Occasionally, it is also used in a rally when an attack is impossible. To be successful, the push has to be low and spinny. Step in with your right foot towards the ball. Bring your arm back towards the left side of your body - the ping pong paddle is open. Push the racket forward and brush under ball.Read More
Henman uses his backhand slice to approach the net; the spin keeps the ball low forcing his opponents to hit up giving him an easier volley. The Williams sisters use the backhand slice as a defensive shot when stretched out wide. It is easier to play on the stretch and again the low bounce will make it more difficult for opponents to attack.Read More
Tennis Backhand slice - Game on! Backhand Drills Players are working cross-court from their backhand corners and have to hit a backhand slice off every single ball. They also have to slice the ball deeper than the service line and cannot dropshot or come to the net. If a player has to hit a forehand or a topspin.Read More
The backhand is a very important shot in tennis. Without a good backhand, a tennis player cannot reasonably expect to go very far as a tournament or professional player. When we’re on court and a tennis ball is hit to us, we generally have two choices: either hit it with a forehand or hit it with a backhand.Read More