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2018 Winter Two-Person Teams Tournament Preview

Our annual Winter Two-Person Teams tournament has always been a fun way to start off our tournament season.  A combination of singles and doubles, as well as the camaraderie involved in the Teams format, makes for great matches as well as a ton of fun.  Past winners of the Open Division include Ruichao Chen/Nathan Hsu, […]

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Skype Training Program Starting Early 2018

The Skype Training Program has been created to develop an Online Table Tennis Training Outreach program. We understand that everyone that plays table tennis doesn’t have access to top level coaching, and this program has been created to allow you to take advantage of learning how to improve on a steep incline. This structured program […]

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Adjusting Tactics in Tournament Play

In competition players go for the shots they are the most comfortable with, the shots that we have mastered, as well as the shots that expose your opponent. Tactical conflict is created when the players doesn’t acknowledge that the shot they are playing is not being effective. This will result in a bad string of […]

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Forehand Loop Advanced Skill Development

The Technical Development of the Forehand Loop is as straight forward as you can get, but there are 2 distinct aspects of development that the forehand loop must go through, and the first phase is stroke mechanics. The mechanics of any shot is referring to the major components that make up a shot like the […]

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Halloween at Triangle Table Tennis

Not sure how to spend your day tomorrow?  Come as a family and play for free!  In addition, we will also have prizes for any kids wearing costumes, best overall costume, and some fun games!  For any questions, please call the front desk at 919-388-0272.

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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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