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Penholder RPB crossover

Started by Rolando Chou Rivero. Last reply by Rolando Chou Rivero Feb 21. 2 Replies

Hi all, I am new in the group. Please, are there any techniques, exercises, tutorials, advices, etc, about minimizing RPB crossover? I fact, while the RPB reflex is not complete installed, it seems…Read More

Tags: crossover, RPB

skills with no skills

Started by Keith Carpenter. Last reply by George Dounas Feb 19. 2 Replies

hello to all,i am a self taught table tennis player who has been playing for 40+ years. however, i am a southpaw who happens to hold the bat differently than other players and therefore cannot…Read More

penhold advantage and disadvantage

Started by david k wong. Last reply by Yogi Wanamarta Dec 14, 2013. 8 Replies

Hi; I am new to your group.  I am excited to learn and associate with players that want to improve their skill, and share ideas and knowledge of the fun of table tennis.Why reverse back hand can not…Read More

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Comment by Ives Ferrari on January 7, 2013 at 1:37pm

The old question: players with pips are disappearing! But why a style is so deserted? He Zhi Wen is still hard to be defeated!!

Comment by Sam Lin on January 11, 2013 at 11:33pm

There are actually still some players using pips. For example Ai Fukuhara (Japan).

Comment by prateek deo gupta on February 19, 2013 at 11:47pm

In India there are very few Pen holder players who are playing competitive table tennis - there may be around 4 of them. Im lucky to be one of them to name a few : KK rai, Thomas lee, one guy from assam , Prateek deo ( thats me)

Comment by Mithun Murthy on February 20, 2013 at 12:04am

Nice to know about you Prateek, I had heard about Thomas Lee and KK Rai, Came to know about you now. I play in KTTA circuit regularly and picking up. :-). Are you in Assam team ?

Comment by prateek deo gupta on February 20, 2013 at 12:11am

Hi Mithun 

good to meet you , so are u a penholder too ?

im in the Maharashtra team ( veterans) , and KK rai happens to be my Sir.
tho im still playing the District and state circuit ( normal mens) regularly and the club league also.

Comment by Mithun Murthy on February 20, 2013 at 12:20am

Good to meet you too Prateek. I play with the J-Pen grip. I guess you all play with Chinese penhold ? I had heard about KK Rai and Thomas Lee from Manideep Sen, If you are in veterans team you may have heard about him. Is KK Rai Based in Pune ? How is he as a penhold coach ?

Comment by prateek deo gupta on February 20, 2013 at 12:37am

Yes mithun i play chinese penhold and RPB also , both KK sir and Thomas lee play traditional C-Pen style. 

KK rai sir is based in MUMbai , hes a all rounder coach , but he has only student thats me whos penhold. hes a fantastic coach , with a lot of focus, and since im the only penhold player i get to know all the tricks and a lot of attention also :))

Comment by Mithun Murthy on February 20, 2013 at 1:15am

Will plan to meet him and you too. Can I get your contact number ?

Comment by Sam Lin on February 20, 2013 at 1:24am

Good to see there are still some pen holders here. I am a J-pen holder (Yasaka Musashi; F: Yasaka V-Stage, B: Yasaka Fusion). This is my main bat. I have also got a C-pen recently as a back up (Stiga Maplewood; F: Donic Baracuda, B: Donic Baracuda Big Slam) but haven't managed to get use to the grip...

What are you guys' set-up?

Comment by prateek deo gupta on February 20, 2013 at 1:28am

Blade : Yasaka Ma Lin Carbon FH : DHS Neo TG 3 BH : Bryce Speed

my blade graduation was from : Stiga offensive classic ( shakehand grip) - Stiga WRB offensive classic ( C- Pen) - Donic Persson power V1 ( c pen) - Yasaka Ma Lin Carbon ( C pen)

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