Welcome to the PingSunday: a place to learn table tennis correctly and with fun.
PingSunday is created in the summer of 2017. It’s a personal blog of coach EmRatThich (myself). I want to build this blog to share my knowledge, my coaching experiences with table tennis players around the world. I want to make PingSunday – the best place to learn table tennis. And the slogan of PingSunday is “Small Ball Connect The World”. With the passion of a small ping pong ball, we want to connect the world – with love, and peace.
I’m a table tennis coach at a small club in France. I create free table tennis coaching videos every Sunday (That’s why this blog is called “PingSunday”). Using Chinese techniques, I give you the best tips to improve your table tennis skills quickly.
- YouTube Channel: “EmRatThich Table Tennis Coach” – more than +60k subscribers
- Facebook Page: EmRatThich Table Tennis +18k followers
PingSunday is Made with Love ♥
I want to build the best place to learn table tennis because I really love this Sport. I hope that you have the same passion with me. Because table tennis for me is one of the best sport.
Online Privacy is a huge problem today. On PingSunday, we respect your privacy. That’s the reason why “Table Tennis Connect” (Our Facebook group) is a Private group. And our Community Forum is also private.
I love coaching. That’s why I want to build the place not only for players but also for table tennis coaches. Here is the job opportunity in table tennis, and you can also post your candidates if you are looking for a coaching career.
PingSunday is designed to help you search for anything.
For example, if you want to learn about the “forehand topspin”, on Google just type “forehand topspin pingsunday”.
Try to search “Ma Long Forehand Techniques pingsunday”
Or search “best forehand rubbers pingsunday”, you will get the best coaching advices
Founder of pingsunday.com, one of the best online table tennis coaches. Working in a small club in France, I coach young developing players since 2012. During my spare time, I make free table tennis coaching videos on my YouTube channel. Using the Chinese technique, my tutorials help you improve fast your table tennis skills.
I have played table tennis at the age of 8 in Vietnam. With my friend (Chinese), we have learned a lot the Chinese philosophy about table tennis. By creating this blog, I want to share with you this knowledge. You will enjoy more your table tennis by staying with me on “this journey to China”.
My slogan in table tennis coaching is “In Spin We Trust”. This sport is so beautiful with spin. When you have spin, you have all – Speed, Power, and Control. Without spin, table tennis is just ping pong.
You can ask me any question by commenting on this blog, or private message on my Facebook page.
You can also join the group “Table Tennis Connect” to discuss with many other enthusiastic players about Chinese rubber, equipment, tactics, coaching, and comment table tennis matches.
Why Chinese techniques?
Table tennis technique of the Chinese players is superior. If you want to become better at table tennis, learn from the best. Learn the Chinese footwork, the modern Chinese loop technique, “power from the ground” concept, “acceleration at the right timing”, “hit with the legs“, “how to serve“, “yin pai“, “tactics for specific situation“, fundamental skills, backhand techniques, and many more.
There are many tips that you should remember to improve your skills. I’ve worked with a very talented artist, who helped me to incorporates these “Chinese coaching slogan” into some amazing products. For example, if you have a T-Shirt with the tips “Power From The Ground”, you will remember to rotate more your body, move your feet to get a stronger forehand attack during your daily training, or your competition match.
This is my main motivation, that I want players to remember and apply the coaching tips in the real situation. All of that is to improve your techniques.
What do you get from this blog?
- Concise coaching tips to improve fast your table tennis skills
- Review and guide to choose your best table tennis equipment
- Understand the table tennis career of the top players (not only Chinese player). And also the pro’s equipment.
- Table tennis is a very hard sport. It takes time to improve your techniques. But once you understand the fundamental of the game (tactics, advanced techniques), you will improve fast!
PingSunday website is organized in 8 main categories:
The fundamental techniques that every beginner need to learn in table tennis. You need to learn to perform the basic strokes correctly. Do it slowly, but learn the mechanism of the stroke.
Beginners don’t focus enough on the timing of the strokes. Hence, they can’t improve fast in table tennis. At this stage, you should feel the ball. Feeling and knowing how to impact the spin to the ball is the most 2 important lessons.
Advanced table tennis techniques are for intermediate and high-level players. These techniques need to be incorporated into your training sessions. After you have a solid foundation in table tennis, you need to improve the explosiveness, the timing, and the power of your shots.
How to choose the best equipment in table tennis. Buying the wrong racket can ruin the development of your skills. It’s nothing wrong to investigate your dream combo!
Basic rules in table tennis for players, coaches, and umpires. What are the legal services? double rules, tournament, ranking rules and more.
Table tennis tactics and match strategy play a decisive role at the world-class level. Tactics can change the outcome of the match. A good table tennis coach can find out the weakness of the opponent. A good coach can also give confidence to his players.
Best tips, tricks, and advice from coach EmRatThich and other coaches. Useful tips help you improve quickly your table tennis skills.
- Read the testimonials to know that these tips are really helpful.
- Have any question? Ask me via the Contact Form.
Best table tennis players of all time. Learn their techniques, their personal life, their equipment, and how they become the top world class player. Watch the grand slam players: J-O Waldner, Ma Long, Zhang Jike, Liu Guoliang, Kong Linghui, and other professional players.
Tournament and event highlights. Funny matches & Coverage of the Olympics, World Championship, World Cup, ITTF World Tours, League in Japan, Europe, China, etc.
Let’s start your journey
- Firstly, you should read and understand the principle of this sport.
- Secondly, learn basic table tennis techniques.
- Choose the right equipment which fit your playing style
- Learn the advanced technique and improve your skills by doing your daily training.
I answer your FAQ (Frequently asked questions) in this video: motivation, training method, equipment, my journey to China and more.
What do others say about my coaching?
I’ve got many of your recommendations and supports! Thank you so much! My coaching is recommended and reviewed more than +200 times (4.9 / 5 stars). Your email, message, chat, etc. that are my main motivation! Here are some of your testimonials about my coaching’s materials.
Larry Hodges (USATT Certified National Coach)
This could be huge news. Great job on all of your articles and videos!
Dan – (Founder of TableTennisDaily):
Greatly appreciated! You are doing a fantastic job to over at youtube. Keep it up!
Lars Jorgensen (Table Tennis Coach of BordtennisVarde Denmark):
The best online coach that I know of. Excellent & he’s not even charging!
Christian Flink (Pro players from Denmark)
I’m top 350 in Denmark and I’m still learning a lot from you emratthich. Thanks
Purushothaman Yuvaraj (Player from Ohio, US)
Sometimes it’s not enough to know what is the right way to do certain things (like strokes footwork etc) but it is also important to know what mistakes you are doing (using a bad combination of equipment, not relaxing between points). After a point of time your skills plateau and when you need to get to the next level you need someone like Emratthich’s guidance… I have benefited tremendously from his advice and it has started to show in my game. Thank you.
Erik Daugaard (Player from Frederiksborg, Denmark)
Just wish I had found you earlier.
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