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Those of you new to table tennis may be seeking advice on how to improve your game. Beginners frequently ask, “What is the most essential table tennis skill?” I have explained the top 10 most basic skills in table tennis. Please search “basic skills pingsunday” to learn about it.
The most important skill in table tennis
The most essential table tennis talent is the ability to consistently hit the ball on the table. Once you’ve figured out how to manage the ball, how to control the spin on the ball and keep it on the table, the remainder of the game becomes second nature and easy process.
While many believe getting a specific spin on the ball is the most essential skill in ping pong, it isn’t. In reality, the most crucial table tennis skill is one that most people already know but don’t understand.
It is the consistency. Consistently hitting the table tennis ball!
That is right. The most crucial table tennis ability is being able to consistently strike the ball. The remainder of the game is simple after you learn to manage the ping pong ball and keep it on the table.
Ma Long is so consistent
Ma Long is the best player in the world because he is so consistent.
By watching Ma Long playing in the Chinese Superleague this year, I understand that why Ma Long is the best player in the world. He is too consistent. In every situation, he always finds a way to hit and spin the ball.
How to get consistency
When learning table tennis, use your racket to spin the ball toward the direction you want the ping pong ball to go. Many new players hit the ping pong ball excessively forcefully, causing it to fly off the table tennis table.
I want to highlight that solid technique, consistency, and practice are the keys to becoming a successful table tennis player.
Try to spin and focus on the feeling. Mastering to manage your stroke smoothly is a crucial part of learning table tennis.
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