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      Tony's Table Tennis is offline
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      Mind you, this is the first time I am coaching a new player Cpen

      And 95%+ of my "new students" are generally already intermediate to advance level in South African terms
      Ie I mostly coach SA national junior players.
      So when i'm with them, I focus on technique, tactics, weaknesses, footwork and getting into form (they don't train and sweat, with me, they will )

      I don't have many beginners
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      It is cool that you have your first penhold player. I would have trouble knowing how they would hold the racket, seems like you can hold penhold in some different ways. But the strokes do not differ so much do they? Do you still teach the old backhand punch with penhold players or do you only learn RPB nowadays?

      Oh, that sound fun to teach national junior players. I would like to try players that are more motivated and want more with their tabletennis. I think alot of times i want more as a coach than what the player want with their tabletennis and can sometime makes things frustrating.

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