The typical table tennis stance is a slight crouch forward, feet shoulder-width apart. Make sure you bend your knees and ankles. Most of the weight should be on the balls of the feet, because this makes quick sudden movements and pivots necessary for good shots much easier.
When the ball is in the air, angle your paddle forward slightly and lower your arm. Next, sweep your arm forward and up as you strike the ball. When you sweep your arm using both an upward and forward motion it will allow you to use more power to return a shot while also adding a little top spin at the same time.
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1. Forehand Drive Technique. The first fundamental table tennis skill that you should learn is the feeling of the ball. Driving skills helps you quickly get this feeling. Unlike many basic table tennis lessons, who propose you learn the “grip” or the “stance” first. You can start learning the forehand drive first.
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