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table tennis grip | chinese techniques

table tennis grip | chinese techniques


hello everybody welcome to recruit gaming channel today i want to show you a group Chinese technique the group how to hold the racket how to hold the bat correctly so this is the most important technique when you want to start playing table tennis Chinese technique the grip how to hold the racket correctly to the grip is very important for Chinese player you want to have a good technique of correct quick is required however Western table tennis coach don’t correct it enough to new player if you don’t have a good or correct way you can not improve your table tennis technique because the correct grip is required to feel the ball to increase to the spin of the ball so how to hold the bat karate we have you improve the power of the stroke improve the speed of the ball and let you feel the ball with your hand this is the most important things in Chinese philosophy of table tennis and easy transition between backhand and forehand so Chinese philosophy of table tennis that you must feel the ball fill the spin of the ball that’s why the top table Chinese Chinese player can feel the ball and spin the ball easily because they are trained with the good whip however a Western table tennis player doesn’t know how to hold the racket correctly and normally I often see the player hold too too tight [Music] so how a rocket moves me with the graph between your thumb and your index finger touching the curve of the plate so look at here you can see junggigo hold the moon Fox is between the thumb and index finger another finger only holds lightly look at here another finger out slightly touch the curve of the plate so how many with your two finger the thumb and index finger look at here only you hope the group is very contact one of the finger across together and look at here genique will hold the racket very important click your way straight with your phone arm and don’t angle it up or down so your wrist must be straight and all the finger are contact the fingers are close together this is very important look at here keep your wrist straight and look at thumb the thumb is on way on the handle okay look at here the found ithaca jungjie close-up way on the handle and is fixed at one position this is on top the head of the handle and look at here the greatness very compact and the index finger is perpendicular is on the wrapper the index finger rests on the backhand rubber and parallel to the handle look at here index finger is parallel to the handle time finger only fits on the handle consistent with memory will increase you make you have a good technique index finger rest on the backhand rubber and found finger on way fixed on the handle on top of the handle okay look at me how’s junggigo how the rocket so look at the E or the racket lose this [Music] look at here he how’s the racket useless very relaxed relaxed and the index and the thumb fingers only on the head of the handle okay look here so this philosophy the player will have to play a few to go after each stroke they can feel the ball and look at here now jung-gu hold and fresh muddy pressure with the thumb look the firm is fresh on handle and the index finger is parallel to the edge of the blade and this will like this is the corporate conclusion nice soft blues grip on the handle boost trade and relax need a good fueling and increase the spin of the ball in that finger should be parallel to the back edge increase the contact and increase the power of the forehand stroke some finger is firmly fixed on the handle support you I can flick and backhand look part of your figure should hit contract this time we let the wrist loosen and with the waist vision you can in fact the skin and also the power on both forehand and backhand attack so it’s very important to correct the grip so for example in my table tennis club my coach he did correct the grip for the new table tennis player so we have the power with you cannot improve your table tennis technique so the grip in the first technique you must master if the good work have you feel the ball and with the fueling you can play better you can attack the ball it’s in so that’s why the Chinese tank player Chinese player died playing very well because they feel the ball with the loosen with and the relaxed wrist with so with the relaxed wrist they can impact more power and most being so hope you enjoy this video see you in the next episode I will explain another Chinese philosophy in table tennis to you [Music] [Music] [Music] you [Music]

Comments (21)

  1. does the blade curved part need to be in the web of your thumb and forefinger? because i can put my thumb on the handle to rest my thumb on it but should teh curve part of teh wood push into the web of your hand? (this may vary due to length of people thumbs and web

  2. Thumb moves on to the rubber for backhand?

  3. Interesting, but you only show the shakehand grip. Do the same principles apply to the penholder as well?

  4. do you have a clear photo of. how the grip should be?

  5. This used to be called a BH grip, for players who changed their grip between BH and FH. What you are saying is, this is now the one and only grip and should not be changed between BH and FH?

  6. Thanks a lot. My problem is, that when playing forehand strokes, I always tend to tense up, which results in a sharp pain after some time in the area of the palm connected to the thumb. I think the problem is the wrong position of the thumb – not on the handle as shown in the video, but on the rubber). Maybe that's the reason why I always tense up.

    I'll work on that and come back to tell you the results 🙂

  7. I don't follow him at 2:50. He says "Keep your wrist straight with your forearm and don't angle it up or down".  Well, if you do it, then your paddle will be almost PERPENDICULAR to your forearm or the table when you hit the ball.  But that's not what we see in pictures.  In illustrations, we see the paddle being almost PARALLEL to the forearm and the table when the player attacks the ball.  The only way to hit it like that (preserving the type of grip demonstrated) is to BEND your wrist downwards, so it won't be straight with the forearm

  8. First, Thank you for your tabletennis videos, I follow em for some time they make sense and they totally help me understandig how the game is played. i am playing for two years and on a pretty low amateur level, but i improve and i want to learn the most efficient technique from beginning.
    Rightnow i struggle with my grip trying to hold the bat correctly. especially with the thumb position, as i used to hold the bat not on the handle but over the handle on the rubber. when i keep holding on the handle (as described in your video) the forehand works great, but when i play backhand there are two inconveniences for me. firstly i have a way worse touch of the stroke. as long as i had the thumb on, at least the edge of, the rubber i had a way better feeling –> control while hitting the ball. If i keep holding with the thumb only on the handle (like the pros in your video) i have less feeling while hitting the ball. the other thing is that the angle to reach out for bh topspin is way less possible than with the grip i used to play. probably because i have large hands but i don´t know. i was hoping somebody can say something in this respect, as the coaches in my club teach obsolete techniques apparently. thx

  9. The chinese move their thumb up to the rubber off of the handle for backhand strokes though.

  10. Is it possible to learn how to play with your finger 25°degrees up more from the standard grip of placing your finger parallel to the rubber at base of the blade. woulc this be acceptable if you could keep the grip consistent. I notice Waldner even does this on his forehand occasionally. I know because i have watched a few games in slow motion and noticed sometimes he does this possibly to get more spin and power. What do you think?

  11. Could you do a video on C-PEN grip? Thanks.

  12. mình bị mồ hôi tay ra nhiều nên không dám cầm vầy, đã từng tuột vợt khi giật. Khổ tâm ghê.

  13. Tiếng anh mình hơi kém , ad phụ đề được càng nhiều clip càng tốt . Thank !

  14. disappoited with your explaination!

  15. EmRatThich you're just funny and I don't know why.

  16. Đã có phụ đề tiếng Việt, nhờ ERT check lại nhé!

  17. instead of struggling many years for the best grip, this is an excellent starting recipe for Chinese style, anyone can start and then develop his own grip, because this is basically correct grip, while training it will change according to many factors including hand structure, body structure, play style … etc, for example, Ma Long and Zhang Jike, Fan Zhendong, Din Ning have really different grips, but they all share the same basics

  18. What's about hammer grip?

  19. One photo of the front and back of the bat would have saved a lot of time!

  20. You confuse parallel with perpendicular. The index finger is not parallel with the handle (as you state early in video) it is perpendicular. the index finger is parallel with the bottom of blade along the rubber "brand" info area. You do state that in text later in video.

  21. I can't keep my index finger parallel and hold the racket loosely at the same time plzzzzzz help

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