Table Tennis

STANDARD DRILLS

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  • Small step with topspin

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to advanced
    For who: right-handed

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  • FH smash after BH topspin

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to semi-professional
    For who: right-handed

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  • Advance 2 step footwork

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from advanced to professional
    For who: right-handed

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  • Basic FH smash 3

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: technique
    Player level: from beginner to intermediate
    For who: right-handed

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  • Doubles FH curl-movement

    Category: doubles
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from beginner to top-player
    For who: right-handed

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  • BH and FH drive with footwork

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: complex
    Player level: from advanced to top-player
    For who: right-handed

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  • Defense after push

    Category: defensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to advanced
    For who: right-handed

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  • Walk around

    Category: different
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to semi-professional
    For who: right-handed

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  • Simple 2 step footwork

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from beginner to intermediate
    For who: right-handed

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Note that:

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Two direction vectors are used when the same stroke should be played repeatedly.

All exercises are created and described for player on the bottom of the figure. The other player (the training partner) don't have a specific exercise but sometimes his skills must be higher that another one.

If it is not mentioned directly that a specific pattern should be followed and/or repeated, after a few strokes, the rally can be completed. The drill could be also immediately stopped after last described stroke and the same exercise can be repeated again and again.

Duration of a single drill should be at least 5 minutes but not longer then 10 minutes. Most of drills begin with sequence: short service->flip or short service->push. The reason is to drill in short service, as the most common service type in modern table tennis. Short service is safe and is best preparation for third ball attack.

If player could not perform a short service or partner is not able to flip and/or push, it could be replaced with other service type that may be simpler for beginners.

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