Table Tennis

MULTIBAL DRILLS

  • BH push technique

    Category: defensive
    Type of drill: technique
    Player level: from beginner to intermediate

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  • FH smash

    Category: different
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to advanced

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  • Loop-flip-drive

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: complex
    Player level: from intermediate to advanced

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  • Loop with pivot

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to semi-professional

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  • Smash & loop

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to advanced

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  • Basic loop 3

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from intermediate to advanced

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  • Basic smash

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from beginner to advanced

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  • Pivot

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: footwork
    Player level: from beginner to advanced

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  • Basic loop

    Category: offensive
    Type of drill: technique
    Player level: from intermediate to semi-professional

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Note that:

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Each drill should be performed with more then 50 till 100 balls at least 7-10 minutes. After every drill series the player must have a short pause for minimum of 2 minutes.

To increase difficulty of the exercise you can play balls not in sequence but in random way. Depending on your coaching skill you can also increase tempo of the drill. Rapidly slowing down tempo could be also part of multi-ball routine.

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