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      Service grip

      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.
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      Try making a video of your grip and your serve
      Always go forward

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      Quote Originally Posted by songdavid98 View Post
      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.

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      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 .


      Quote Originally Posted by I ❤ Table Tennis View Post
      Sorry, I wouldn't like this kind of exposition. Thanks for trying to help me.
      Lets go Spinny Looping !

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      Quote Originally Posted by I ❤ Table Tennis View Post
      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/UCmv...etDRI8A/videos

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      Loose shallow shakehand should do for most, and it provides a quick transition to regular and deaper extended shakehand grip.

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      Quote Originally Posted by langel View Post
      Loose shallow shakehand should do for most, and it provides a quick transition to regular and deaper extended shakehand grip.
      Ok, thank you!

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      Quote Originally Posted by JST View Post
      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/UCmv...etDRI8A/videos
      Ok, thank you a lot for your help, friend!

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