Table Tennis Grip - Shakehand When I’m given a new group of beginners, before I start teaching any strokes, I always go over the basics of table tennis grip and how to hold the bat correctly. It’s very important that you master this early on as it is a slow and painful process trying to alter you grip later in your development.
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The Penhold Grip. As the name suggests, the Penhold grip gets its name from the position of the fingers. With this table tennis grip, the player’s index finger and the thumb are usually kept at the front of the handle, and the other three fingers are folded behind the racket’s head.
So, as I said earlier, the table tennis grip is important because it controls the angle of the racket, which in turn controls the height of the ball, the depth of the ball, the speed of the ball, the direction of the ball, the type of spin and the amount of spin. Here's a video demonstration of the shake-hands table tennis grip.
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Coach EmRatThich explains the best way to hold a penhold racket. In this video, the tips to improve your reversed penhold backhand are also presented.This is...
The grip is an important part of table tennis. If you want to do better in table tennis, you need to learn about which grips are good for a strike the shot. There are four kinds of grips table tennis contains. These are, 1. The Shakehand Grip Technique. 2. The Table Tennis Penhold Grip. 3. The Table Tennis V-Grip. 4. The Table Tennis Seemiller Grip
Shakehand grip is considered to be the oldest grip style that has survived years of variations and modifications in table tennis. It is also the most used grip around the world and the easiest one to master. For the shakehand grip, you extend your index finger over the racket head perpendicular to the handle.
The penhold grip is the second most popular grip used by table tennis players. Unlike the shakehand grip which has two types, the penhold has three different versions. It includes the Japanese or Korean grip, Chinese grip, and reverse backhand grip.
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1. Shallow Shakehand Grip. Shakehand Shallow Grip in Table Tennis. Relax your index finger on the edge of the rubber on the backhand side and then relax your thumb on the underneath of the blade on the opposite side in such a way that forms a V shape. Pros. It is a natural way to hold a racket and easy for beginners.