7 years ago
Should the ITTF put in place stricter rules to stop ex Chinese players playing for different countries?
When your opponent makes a service error, do you say "Thank you”?
Bhaswar: How do we play against a very heavy sidespin? The one that spins on the right? I generally use the forehand topspin stroke.
Brock: How can a Chinese play better at table tennis than a Swedish player? Different tempo or what?
Lukas: How old do you think Tomokazu Harimoto was when he started to play table tennis?
Brock: Does Waldner still live in China or does he live in Sweden now or does he still compete?
Matthew: I’ve been training for a month and I’ve learnt the forehand and backhand counterhit, backhand and forehand push, and forehand topspin. I can do around 100 of these. I am thinking about becoming a Premium member and using the 52 week training plan.
Tom: How do you roll the ball from one side of the bat to the other. In your 'practicing alone' video at 02:05 you start rolling the ball from one side to the other. How do you do this?
J-B: Playing against an opponent of similar level. Leading with what statistically looks like a decisive margin, say like 8-5. You think that in this position, it would be a shame to not be able to close it. You play like your grandmother and blow it.
Andre: I have been playing table tennis for 4 years and I want to begin to play in tournaments. There's a tournament in 2 months and it's a regional qualifier. Should I sign up for it or do I still need more time to practise?
Bhaswar: When practising the backhand counterhit I don't much follow through but the ball goes really nice? Is it really important now to follow through?
Brock: Who was your grown-up idol in table tennis when you were kids?
Lukas: It's very impressive, Tomokazu proved how good you can get in a couple of years. Do you think that if you practise hard enough, that you can reach that level in just a couple of years?