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I ❤ Table Tennis
05-29-2018, 05:00 PM
Hello.
I started playing table tennis when I was 7 years old.
Since then, I have developed a lot (I think) alone.
I don't have any coach and my parents don't let me drill my skills in a club.
I am from Brazil. Here, table tennis doesn't have so much support.
Watching a lot of videos from You Tube, I have developed my skills such as service, forehand drive, backhand drive, etc, but I don't fell confident with my grip while serving. I don't know if I hold the racket correctly.
Can anybody help me, please, showing me how should my grip look like and where to apply the pressure while serving?
Thanks in advance.

songdavid98
05-29-2018, 06:54 PM
Try making a video of your grip and your serve

I ❤ Table Tennis
05-29-2018, 08:48 PM
Try making a video of your grip and your serve

Sorry, I wouldn't like this kind of exposition. Thanks for trying to help me. ;)

ttmonster
05-29-2018, 09:12 PM
If you are looking for free help in the forum , the only effective way is to do what david said earlier. Any other way is not worth it . If you don't like exposure and want to keep things private, you need to take private lessons , online or otherwise. Table tennis daily has a coaching service you might want to subscribe to that .



Sorry, I wouldn't like this kind of exposition. Thanks for trying to help me. ;)

JST
05-29-2018, 09:20 PM
Sorry, I wouldn't like this kind of exposition. Thanks for trying to help me. ;)

I do understand that but it makes it much harder to help;) Your English seems to be perfect so you probably better watch some good tutorials like these from Tomorrow Table Tennis, the guy is speaking about service a lot including basics like how to hold racket for pendulum/backspin serves etc.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmvUCGX9p6-azd2AetDRI8A/videos

langel
05-29-2018, 10:27 PM
Loose shallow shakehand should do for most, and it provides a quick transition to regular and deaper extended shakehand grip.

I ❤ Table Tennis
05-30-2018, 11:42 PM
Loose shallow shakehand should do for most, and it provides a quick transition to regular and deaper extended shakehand grip.

Ok, thank you!:D

I ❤ Table Tennis
05-30-2018, 11:44 PM
I do understand that but it makes it much harder to help;) Your English seems to be perfect so you probably better watch some good tutorials like these from Tomorrow Table Tennis, the guy is speaking about service a lot including basics like how to hold racket for pendulum/backspin serves etc.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmvUCGX9p6-azd2AetDRI8A/videos

Ok, thank you a lot for your help, friend!;)