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Recently I came across these words by Albert E.N. Gray; The common denominator of success --- the secret of success of every man who has ever been successful --- lies in the fact that he formed the habit of doing things that failures don't like to do.
What would you say that in table tennis most players neglect to do, or don't like to practice that would most positively affect their success?
Interesting quote and thought.
I think the one thing in Table Tennis is the short push.
It is not a glamorous shot but it the shot that can make the difference between a good player and a high level player.
It is something that will allow you to gain the first attack because you are not presenting your opponent with a long ball fo the to attack easily.
What do others think is the 'those things that failures don't like to do'...
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