- Penhold grip. The Penhold grip is named as such because of the similarity to the way that pens are held. …
- Shakehand grip. Possibly the oldest surviving grip since the table tennis racket took its current shape. …
- Unusual grips. …
- Looper. …
- Counter driver. …
- Short pips hitter. …
- Looper. …
- All-round attacker.
Then, what is the best grip for table tennis?
Your index should rest along the edge of the backhand side and your thumb against the bottom edge of the forehand side. Keep your wrist straight with your forearm and don’t angle it up or down. Another very effective grip is the Penhold grip.
Moreover, what are the 3 tennis grips?
In tennis, a grip is a way of holding the racquet in order to hit shots during a match. The three most commonly used conventional grips are: the Continental (or “Chopper”), the Eastern and the Semi-Western.
What are the two types of grips?
Different Types of Grips
- Slice forehand.
- One-handed backhand.
- Two-handed backhand.
- Slice backhand.
Continental Tennis Forehand Grip—
This grip can be otherwise known as the hammer grip or the handshake grip. Place your palm on the upper right slant bevel, 45 degrees counterclockwise from the Eastern grip.
|Playing style||Right-handed, shakehand grip|
|Equipment(s)||(2019) DHS W968 , DHS Hurricane 3 National (FH, Black), DHS Hurricane 3 National (BH, Red)|
|Current ranking||2 (Aug 2021)|