Beside this, is blocking a skill in table tennis?
Blocking is a very underrated and undervalued skill in table tennis.
Then, what is a block in tennis?
The block is a stroke played in order to control an attacking shot. You would most commonly block against a loop, simply volleying the ball back safely. An aggressive block would be a block with more force pushed back in order to produce a faster return.
What is forehand drive technique in table tennis?
A forehand drive in table tennis is an offensive stroke that is used to force errors and to set up attacking positions. A successful shot should land close to your opponent’s baseline or sideline.
Description. The forehand block in table tennis is a more defensive shot, used to control incoming speed and spin shots from your opponent. It is an extremely useful shot for when the ball from your opponent is to strong to topspin or counter attack and you have less time to play your stroke.