12 Table Tennis Drills I Use on a Daily Basis, by Samson Dubina

In this blog, I’m going to describe the types of table tennis drills I use on a daily basis: Systematic; Semi-Systematic; Open-Ended; Randon; Multiple Locations; Serve and Free Point; Serving; Serve Return; Multiball; Two Table; Robot; and Matches.

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Scouting Your Table Tennis Opponent, by Samson Dubina

Whether you want to make the US Olympic Team, win the senior games, or beat your Uncle Bob; it is always a great idea to scout out your competition. In this article, I’m going to describe two separate methods of scouting your table tennis opponent. The first is the long-term method.

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What is the effect of sponge thickness in table tennis rubber? Is it the same for anti/long pips rubber as for smooth rubber?

What is the effect of sponge thickness? Is it the same for anti/long pips rubber as for smooth rubber?
Our panel of seven experts discuss the effects of sponge thickness on speed, control, spin and ball action, as well as the various ways your game can be affected.

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What is the effect of sponge hardness/density?

Find out what our panel of experts have to say about dwell time, control, spin, speed, looping and counter looping.
Stellan Bengtsson, Massimo Constantini, Samson Dubina, Tahl Liebovitz, Sara Fu, and Scott Lurty share their experience and knowledge on this important question.

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