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When serving in a game, mix up your serves to keep your opponent guessingThis can be achieved by altering the length of your serve and (or) the type of spin put on the ball.

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Kay's Quick Tip #7

When serving in a game, mix up your serves to keep your opponent guessing. This can be achieved by altering the length of your serve and (or) the type of spin put on the ball.


Kay's Quick Tip #7

Enjoy your Table Tennis. As with any sport, you can only improve if you take the time enjoy what you are doing and play for the right reasons!


Kay's Quick Tip #6

As a general rule. Try to keep your shots and serves as low as possible as the closer to the net your shots are, the less angle your opponent can use and it will help minimize their ability to return shots with power.


Kay's Quick Tip #5

Make sure that you clean your rubber after each game to maximise longevity, which will also help you to maximise the equipments potential.


Kay's Quick Tip #4

For topspin, try to connect with the ball at the top of the bounce, rather than letting it drop. This gives your opponent less time to prepare for their return and makes your shot a lot stronger.


Kay's Quick Tip #3

Playing on the balls of your feet allows you to get into position quicker for the next shot.


Kay's Quick Tip #2

Make sure when playing a backhand shot that it is played from the centre of your body. Which enables your head to be balanced to play the shot.


Kay's Quick Tip #1

Keep your eyes on the ball at all times. Both off your opponents bat and onto yours, to determine and understand spin control.