The standing position to serve

Table Tennis Match Strategy

Last updated 7 years ago

Solomon L

Solomon L Asked 7 years ago

The Chinese player stands at one of the corners to serve. But their opponent can use a fast and aggressive stroke to attack the ball to the far other end. The Chinese player can't get the ball back after the attack for a few times. I think that's a really important problem. Where do you suggest us to serve? How should we place the ball to prevent the problem?

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 7 years ago

Hi Solomon,

Serving short in general is the best solution to stop your opponent from making an attack.

Even if they are standing in one corner, it is difficult to serve the ball fast enough to get it past them on the other corner.

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