Posts filed under: Nittaku

There are 2 primary ways to read the spin – watch the racket and watch the bounce.  The pitfall that devastates most beginner/intermediate players is the timing.  When they don’t...
Join the Nittaku’s ITTF Pongcast as it looks at all the international table tennis action in June 2019. This month, the Pongcast features Seamaster 2019 ITTF Hong Kong Open and...
“You can’t return that serve!”“I’m sorry!”“You can’t!”“I don’t care if you pay me $1000 for this secret 1-hour lesson.  You can’t consistently return that deep spinny sidespin serve with 10...
Traditionally most coaches feed multiball flips with their forehands, but when you see a flip during a tournament they mostly come from the backhand side. Check out SDTTA Coach Chance...
Where do you aim when you are looping underspin? How much arc does your loop need? Are you aware of the difference between an opening loop versus a driving loop?...
Multiball drills are what made China one of the best in the world. Coach Samson Dubina shares some variation on Multiball training to help you take your game to the...