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Everyone can try to play for fun, but not everyone can play well. Becoming well at this beautiful sport takes dedication, years of practice and consistency.
While a lot of practice is essential, the equipment you use is just as necessary. Because there are many styles of play, buying something expensive is never the answer. Instead, features like speed, control, level of play. Also, your goals as a player matter more.
For beginners, basic information such as properly holding the racket, what equipment to wear for training sessions, proper movements, and executing strokes.
If you are an active or more experienced player, here you can find the advanced techniques and the latest skills used by modern top players.
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My name is Petroj Sorin, a table tennis player from Uzdin (the small village in Vojvodina, Serbia), the champions of former Yugoslavia when the well-known table tennis player Ilija Lupulesku was born, and the title was won thanks to his merits.
In the year 2000, I moved to Subotica, the northern city of Serbia, to school and played for Spartak, a club with a long tradition and also winners of the Serbia Super League.
I have a coaching experience of more than five years with kids up to 8th grade of elementary school. In addition to working on my blog, I already play table tennis today and coach kids. My experience is more than 28 years in table tennis, playing, and coaching.