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Mastering the Flip

One of the most overlooked shots in table tennis is the flip. Developing this shot can extend your off the range of attack to over the table position. Being able to flip the ball does have strict guidelines outside of doing it technically correct. The flip must fit into your sequence of play to ensure […]

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2017 Triangle September Open Recap

Last weekend we ran our September Open, which featured 5 rated events and a Big Ball fun event.  Our podium shots were a nice mix of local faces and new friends from out of town, and five players jumped over 300 points.  Looks like all that hard training is paying off!  For more pictures, check […]

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Triangle Table Tennis to host USATT National Team Super Camp

We are proud to announce that we will be hosting the USATT National Team Super Camp 2017! We are lucky enough to be hosting our second USATT National Team event this year from December 26th to January 2nd.  This will be a high-performance camp for the National Team, with invitation criteria for additional players and […]

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Mastering Ball Placement

One of the biggest conceptual obstacles is creating a true agenda with regards to the shots that you have in your arsenal. Most players are consumed with making sure that they are executing the correct mechanics with regards to the shots they have developed. Where your game can become stagnant is when the approach does […]

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2017 Summer 2-Person Teams Review

This past weekend, we held our second 2-Person Teams tournament of the year.  As usual, we had two days of great competition and lots of fun.  The team atmosphere always brings a fun dimension to what is normally an individual sport; teammates spur each other on during the singles matches, then work together for the doubles matches.  […]

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Tournament Tactics – Attacking Against Choppers

Playing against a chopper is one of the unique experiences that you will have in tournament play. The reason that choppers have a unique advantage in tournament play is, there aren’t enough of them to go around for you to develop a tangible tactical approach against. That makes it difficult to create a solid strategy […]

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Benefits of having a Table Tennis Coach

One of the aspects of coaching I have encountered is the reluctant athlete that questions if they should have a coach. That is the type of athlete that feels they are talented enough that they can reach the elite level without anyone that has provided them with an elite experience. That is something difficult for […]

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2017 June Open Tournament Recap

Yesterday we hosted our June tournament, featuring both a Fun Size Table event and a Parent/Child Doubles event.  We had 12 people participating in a tournament for the first time, which is exciting!  We always enjoy helping players get their feet wet in their first competitive event.  Below are a few shots of the winners.  […]

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How To Maintain Tactical Focus

One of the major complaints that players have about tournament play is, why can’t they compete at the same level that they play. The answer to that is one concept, and that is “Tactical Focus”. That is the missing link behind why tournament performances are erratic in nature. Just like your forehand loop, backhand block, […]

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