10 Fundamental Skills for Modern Table Tennis
- Forehand Drive Technique.
- Backhand topspin close to the table.
- Forehand push and backhand push.
- Forehand flick.
- Backhand flick.
- Backhand loop the underspin ball.
- Forehand attack the semi-long ball.
- Learn Forehand fast serve.
In this way, what are tactical skills in tennis?
Technical skills comprised the ball velocity, ball accuracy, efficiency, success rates and percentage errors of players. Tactical skills comprised anticipatory and decision-making skills, tactical knowledge and visual search strategies.
Also, what are 3 skills in table tennis?
Basic Table Tennis Skills You Need To Know
- Forehand Drive.
- Backhand Drive.
- Backhand Push.
- Forehand Push.
What is the hardest part in the game table tennis?
Official Rules of Table Tennis
- GAMES ARE PLAYED TO 11 POINTS. …
- ALTERNATE SERVES EVERY TWO POINTS. …
- TOSS THE BALL STRAIGHT UP WHEN SERVING. …
- THE SERVE CAN LAND ANYWHERE IN SINGLES. …
- DOUBLES SERVES MUST GO RIGHT COURT TO RIGHT COURT. …
- A SERVE THAT TOUCHES THE NET ON THE WAY OVER IS A “LET” …
- ALTERNATE HITTING IN A DOUBLES RALLY.
These skills, called technical skills, are the fundamentals that provide each player with the tools to execute the physical requirements of the game. These skills, called tactical skills, are the bridge between practice performance and game performance.
Technical skills is where a person moves there body to peform a task….. Tactical Skills is when a person makes decisions and actions in the game to gain an advantage.. like strategy. It is the ability to make a tactical decision within a game.
6 Basic Tennis Strokes.
All games of tennis consist of six basic strokes: the serve, forehand groundstroke, backhand groundstroke, forehand volley, backhand volley, and the overhead smash. The 6 basic “strokes” are the fundamental movements a player performs to hit a tennis ball.
Basic Service Techniques
The ball must be held in the palm of the hand with fingers stretched, and tossed vertically at least six inches. The ball must be struck only on the way down. The ball must be struck behind the end line. The ball must be visible to the receiver until it is struck (2002 rule change).
by courtesy of the ITTF. To play this stroke, stand close to the table and take a stance facing the line of play. Using a short stroke, your racket arm should move from the elbow in a horizontal plane whilst your free arm should point towards the ball to assist with your balance.