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I have a table at home and tried different things like using the wall or keeping one side of the table upright to practice. However, it is difficult to simulate and practice against different types of spin like sidespin or heavy topspin. While I try to visit a local table tennis club to practice as much as I can I am trying to figure out if there is a way people have found to practice effectively at home without a good training partner.
There is no replacement for training with someone else.
The main thing is what you can train when you are by yourself. Think about practising your strokes by hitting up against a table or wall but don't worry too much about what comes back. You can develop control of the ball by consistently hitting the ball against the wall.
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