Q. What is a third ball attack?
That is most of the most talked-about strategies in the table tennis game. This strategy is linked to the server of the match as he receives the return from the opponent. Players mostly surprise the opponents by applying high topspin to gain points in the game.
Q. How can I be a good TT player?
Many factors explain the level of your table tennis expertise. Critical factors like understanding spin on the ball and maintaining the ready position in the match are highly valued. Other than these, the body’s agility and expertly training strokes are important at the same time. Understanding and practicing these values makes you a good table tennis player overall.
Q. Why is proper grip, and racket control is important?
The racket grip holds tremendous importance as it manages and controls the angle of the paddle. Moreover, the angle of your paddle also controls the depth and height of the ball. Besides, spin is also controlled by controlling a paddle, so racket grip is highly crucial.
Q. What is the third ball in table tennis?
Your first shot is your service, your opponent’s second shot is his return, and your third shot is the attack. So, in table tennis, it is known as the third ball attack.
Q. How do you attack in table tennis?
Table tennis players should use “variation” and “placements” to use their backhand. 80% of the player’s time was spent on his backhand corner, 20% on his elbow (midtable), and 20% on his wide forehand. When using your backhand, you prefer to attack close to the table (upper-mid distance).