To be a great player

Table Tennis Training and Drills

Last updated 7 years ago

Kevin A

Kevin A Asked 7 years ago

 Sir, i am a varsity player. i am enjoying in playing and training. i am average player. i'm willing to pay for my personal training for my improvement. i want to ask if how long i will be great player? so that i will know if it will be worth it. I’m playing 4 times a week for 2 hours. thank you.

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 7 years ago

Hi Kevin,

They talk about the 10,000 hours principle to master something.  So at 8 hours a week it will take around 1250 weeks or 24 years.

Sounds like a long time doesn’t it.  However you can still improve your game greatly over the years and become a high level player with regular training.

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Kevin A

Kevin A Posted 7 years ago

Yes, in the mastery. But i i see average players before that after a year, their game really improve a lot in just a year because they have great trainers! so is it possible for me to improve my game? For now, i know how to topspin forehand and loop forehand, but not really in backhand. And i am not good in receiving services yet. I mean in a year, can i be average in all the strokes if i train qith great trainers? Thank you so much for helpong me. =)

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 7 years ago

Hi Kevin,

Definitely.  If you train 8 hours a week you will see some really big improvements in a year.

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