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Practical portfolio table tennis

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Practical portfolio table tennis

  1. 1. Practical Portfolio Table Tennis By Grace Rudman
  2. 2. Rules and regulations in Table Tennis In table tennis there are many rules and regulations that must be followed. Firstly the table. The table must be 274 cm by 152.5cm. It can be made in any material as long as it allows for the ball to bounce. The surface must be dark coloured with white lines. The top of the net must be 15.25cm above the playing surface. The ball must have a diameter of 40mm and has to weigh exactly 2.7g. The ball must be made out of plastic or celluloid and be in the colour white or orange. The racket can be any size or shape or weight. However it must be flat and rigid and be made out of 85% natural wood. Before the game you must let the umpire and the other opponent look at the racket. After a Rally the point goes to the player who successfully ends a rally. If the ball touches the table surface then it is declare in. if the ball touches the side of the table, then it is declawed out. A player can not strike the ball on the volley. In double the service must be diagonal from the right to the left. After service the ball can be played where ever.
  3. 3. Scoring in Table Tennis In table tennis a set is won when the player scores 11 points. If both players are on 10 points a set can only be one if the player has a two point lead. A full match can only be won when they win the best of any odd number of sets. For example 3,5 or 7. A point can be scored when: oWhen a player fails to make a correct service oWhen a player fails to return the ball oIf the ball touches the opponents body oIf the ball is struck twice oIf the player touches the playing surface or net oIf the doubles opponent strikes the ball out of sequence from the first receiver.
  4. 4. Table Tennis scenario 1 Description: It is the Australian open and it is Mizutani vs Combesque. Incident that occurred: The player this the ball too far and does not touch the opponents side of the table. Action taken: the umpire calls a fault and awards a point to the opponent and it is their turn to serve. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4kJI61jtRk 20 seconds.
  5. 5. Table Tennis Scenario 2 Description: Usa are playing Japan. And USA serve. Incident occurred: The receiver falls into the table as he goes for a stretched shot Result taken: Umpire awards a fault and the server receives a point and it is there turn to serve again.
  6. 6. Skills and techniques of Table Tennis •Spin Shot •Smash Shot •Serve •Chop shot
  7. 7. Serve in Table tennis A serve is used to start off a game. There are a few steps you should follow to create the perfect serve. Firstly you want to hit the ball on your own side of the table before it travels over the net and onto your opponents side. It must hit your side of the table first. One you have a consistent serve you then want to concentrate on serving behind the base line of the table. If you serve in front of the line then it is seen as a fault and you will lose a point. The last thing you need to work on is throwing the ball up into the air. In table tennis is states that a ball must be thrown at least six inches above the table.
  8. 8. Smash in Table tennis The smash is used to create a high powered shot, that your opponent cannot return. To perform a smash your body wants to be side on to the table. When preparing you should swing your racket arm back behind the path of the ball and your body should rotate. When hitting the ball the racket should be at a high position so that it can come down and strike the ball. This will help to increase power. You should strike the ball at the highest position possible. As you hit the ball you should transfer your weight onto your front foot. Once you have followed through with the ball you should move back to a ‘ready’ position.
  9. 9. Chop in Table Tennis In table tennis there are two types of chop. A forehand and backhand chop. To perform a forehand chop you should stand sideways towards the table. You should transfer your weight onto your back foot. Bring your arm back and rotate your body from the waist. When the ball has dropped to table level rotate your waist and bring your forearm down. You should then snap your wrist at the point of contact. At this point the paddle should be open. Alternatively a backhand chop can be performed by standing side onto the table. Like the forehand bring the paddle up and wrist back whilst rotating your waist. Transfer your weight onto your back foot. You should then snap your wrist and follow through with the ball.
  10. 10. Spin shots in Table Tennis Spin shots are used in table tennis to change the direction and speed of the ball. There are three shots that can be performed. The first topspin. To perform a topspin you should start your stroke below or just behind the ball. You should then brush the ball upwards and in a forward motion. To perform a backspin you should start your stroke just above the ball. You should then brush the ball in a downwards and forward motion. Lastly a sidespin can be produced by brushing the ball in a sideways motion. Depending on what way you move the racket it can impact your sidespin.
  11. 11. Tactics in Table Tennis There are specific tactics that can be used to improve your performance In table tennis. One being varying the speed, spin and direction of your shots. Your shots need to be varied. If your shots were the same each time then your opponent will get used to them and manipulate the game. For example you should not play all your shots in the same position or at the same speed. To improve your overall game you should use different techniques. This will throw your opponent and help you to create a lead. There are also styles of play you can use. For example counter hitter. Counter hitter will help throw your opponent though speed and anticipation. It also allows you to take the ball early. However it is difficult to change the pace and spin when using this technique.
  12. 12. Analysis of Top Spin When looking at Adams top spin it is evident that he shows a good technique. The first thing that you can notice is his rotation. Adam has rotated his body through his waist. This will allow him to get behind the ball and follow through. Another evident technique that is shown is his position of his arm. His arm is to the side of him so he is ready to receive the ball. His forearm is also open which will allow his to create a good topspin. When looking at Adam’s execution it is also evident that he is creating a good topspin. His waist has now rotated forward as he follows through with the ball. This will allow him to return to ‘ready’ position. His arm is also now bent and coming round to the other side of the his body. This allows for him to create a good topspin. His hand and paddle are now parallel to the table.
  13. 13. Analysis of serve When looking at Wills serve there are some good skills he portrays. Firstly the position of his body. Will’s body is side on to the table, the gives him a good position. Will is also at a good height from the table and is at regulatory height. He also has a good position when holding the paddle and shows a good stance. When looking at Will his position of his hand is good. He hits the ball at a good position and his body is rotated towards the ball, allow for him to follow through.
  14. 14. My Self Analysis Skills 1 Excell ent 2 Good 3 Averag e 4 Needs impro vemen t 5 Poor Serve Smas h Spin Chop React ion time When looking at my self analysis it showed that my technique varied. Firstly my serve was good. It was consistent and my technique was good. To improve for next time I am going to work on my advanced serves that will manipulate the athlete. Secondly my smash. My smash was average and was not very consistent. It often landed off of the table due to me over evaluation the length of the table. To improve I am going to work on a drill: You can start by serving to the backhand, forehand, or middle; Your partner can push to any pre-set spot on the table - forehand, backhand, middle, or even add some randomness by having the push go anywhere on the forehand or anywhere on the backhand side. You can loop to your partner's forehand instead of his backhand. But to keep the rally going consistently, your first loop should go to the same spot each time. Your partner blocks to another place on the table, and you move there to smash. You can do this drill on the backhand side, with a backhand loop followed by a backhand smash, both from the backhand side. (Ref: http://www.tabletenniscoaching.com/taxonomy/term/173) My spin shot also needs improvement and to do this I am going to work on with a partner. My chop was very poor and something I really need to work on as it reduces my overall performance. Lastly my reaction time is very good and does not need much improvement.

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