|Dimitrij Ovtcharov with exceptional balance|
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Monday, 25 February 2019
Today I'm going to get into something which seems very basic, but incorrect foundations when it comes to maintaining balance or moving in table tennis are usually major contributors to poor technique, timing and table coverage. So let's observe some simple, yet important, foundations.
Monday, 18 February 2019
Some years ago I coined a rule called the pyramid rule, whilst writing a coaching article for Table Tennis University I have used that rule whilst teaching players of many different levels and trying to emphasize the benefits of holding the table and not drifting back unnecessarily. I have revisited the original concept and will try and add some more detail to the rule including some new points I have added. Find more useful tips and advice on my Coaching Blog.
|The Pyramid Rule in Table Tennis|
by Matt Hetherington
Adriana Diaz is becoming a household name in Women's Table Tennis, busting into the top 30 players in the world and having recently claimed a big win at the Pan Am Cup. The occasion marked something special for Diaz, and showed a success in areas where others are lacking. Diaz won the Pan Am Cup crown on home ground in Puerto Rico, in front of a buzzing local crowd - energetic and certainly the largest showing of spectators at a Pan Am event. So what can we learn from the growing career of this sensational young woman?
|Adriana Diaz is bringing fans into the sport|
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