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Happy independence day

Started by Raj Aug 15, 2014. 0 Replies

Happy independence day


Started by Raj. Last reply by Jay Dadhania Nov 8, 2013. 3 Replies

सभी को नमस्तेSo Let whole of the group know about you and about your game etc.Read More


Started by MANGALJI A THUMMAR Jun 22, 2013. 0 Replies

hello. guys..I am MANGALJI A THUMMAR.I am form India,Gujarat,Surat.I am right now studying engineering in Electronics and communication.I am an intermediate player.I haven't played any professional…Read More

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Comment by Table Tennis Master on May 26, 2013 at 2:11am

Raj, there's definitely more TTM members that are from India. Not all of them are aware of the group though. As the group gets more members it will build momentum. Spread the word. Tell your friends to join! :)

Comment by Table Tennis Master on May 26, 2013 at 2:12am

Upload a picture for the group that will help too. Perhaps an Indian flag? That will help it get more attention.

Comment by bharat tolia on May 28, 2013 at 12:28am

i think i would be good if we introduce ourselves 

Comment by dushyant singh on September 30, 2013 at 1:04am

hii all m dushyant singh from bikaner rajasthan, used to play regularly but now a days play only when ever i get the chance to play.... :)

Comment by vijaykumar Gaidhani on October 19, 2013 at 12:10am
Hi.....I am a veterans tt player & now a days I am coaching at one of the club in Pune, Maharashtra
Comment by Satish Shirsath on October 19, 2013 at 12:28am

Hi, nice to meet u even though it is on net. I had to Pune to play in Stag Cup. Hope to see u in next Vet. matches

Satish Shirsath

Comment by Alok Kumar on November 3, 2013 at 11:11pm

Hi. wish u all a very happy Diwali. i am from a very small town of Joda,Keonjhar dist, odisha. we played regularly in our college time. but now we just practice in evening for two hours every day at TISCO CLUB and participate in local TT tournaments. here no much scope for the development of professional T.T.  In our club there are 10 players.  

Comment by gaurav agarwal on November 5, 2013 at 4:11am

hyee guys m from gwalior madhya pradesh 
i love attacking nd my favourite player is ma long 
i practice daily at our club
nd ill made me to intenational

Comment by Satish Shirsath on November 11, 2013 at 12:03am

1.Remember that ball has no spin but it may swerve sideways, so wait for a fraction of sec. before pushing,softly.2.Don't serve fast so that he cannot chop heavily and make it difficult for you to return.3.If you are going to counter/ attack, lift the ball only lightly as there is no backspin on it.Do not lift or brush powerfully as it will make the ball sail high and probably outside the table.High ball can be hit flat and killed.So go ahead and let us know the result.

Comment by sandeep kumar on November 14, 2013 at 10:48pm

see,first understand the rubber, phantom always returns your spin against yourself. it cannot produce much spin on its own, so it depends upon the use of the owner

he can attact and defend with same rubber

to win against a pimpled player ,you need patience

first, give him a dead ball to him till you get a point


if you want to attack,give him a heavy will give you a topspin ball to you

if you want to defend, give him a topspin ball , it will give you a backspin ball

no heavy sin serves to a pimpled player


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