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February 2017

Right Table Tennis Bat to Buy – for beginners and intermediates

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Those of you who have started playing Table Tennis or might have been playing it for some time now might have come across this question which is the Right Table Tennis bat to buy? In this blog, the effort has been made to recommend suitable bats for you out of so many various options available in the market.

Matt Renshaw stomach bug and unavoidable break

The first session of the first test match between India versus Australia witnessed an interesting incident on fall of David Warner wicket. Matt Renshaw had to leave the field because of upset stomach and he was struggling to hold off the Nature call anymore.

Do you Know difference between Drive and Loop in Table Tennis?

DRIVE and LOOP are commonly known as TOP SPIN in table tennis. Important differences between them will be uncovered in this blog.

The Unseen Kohli!!!

Virat Kohli – so much has been written about him that nothing has been left unseen or untold about 2013 Arjun Award winner, Indian cricket team captain, prolific player and world’s only batsman who averages above 50 across all three formats Test’s, ODI’s and T20. The whole world knows about his records and his achievements. Over here, the effort has been made to cover untold and unseen aspects of Virat’s life.

How to use Cut and Push in Table Tennis

Application of CUT and PUSH and Tips on winning points via CUT and PUSH will be discussed in this blog.

Not Afridi, Sachin bat scored 37 ball 100 in 1996

Shahid Afridi in his debut one-day international innings rocked the world cricket with his fastest 37 balls 100 against Srilanka in 1996 in Nairobi is a well-known fact. There is Sachin connection to this story and the story is Afridi used Sachin bat which was handed over to him by Waqar Younis during Pakistan team net session.

Do you Know difference between Cut and Push in Table Tennis?

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I will try to uncover details around two very basic techniques called “CUT” and “PUSH”. Together they are commonly known as “CHOP”, which most of you might have heard about.

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