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Ask The Coach Show #54 - Farewell Wang Hao

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http://www.PingSkills.com - Ask the Coach Show Previous #PQOTD  - 0:32 What has been your personal Table Tennis highlight of 2014? #PQOTD  - 2:10 What is your Table Tennis Goal for 2015? Discussion - 2:35 Wang Hao's Career Question 1 - 5:45 Is it ok to stretch the rubber (inverted) when gluing it onto the blade? Jared Question 2 - 6:58 You can use sidetape that covers a lot of the edge of the racket. This will help a bit, but unfortunately a lot of the rubbers are fragile and will chip on the edges. Gary Question 3 - 8:23 My problem is that my techniques of forehand attacking a topspin and backspin ball interfere with each other. I try to play a lot 5th ball drills concentrating on switching between those two strokes and regulating the swing, can I do anything else? Ilia Question 4 - 10:52 One of my friends continuously hits to the backhand side then forehand side. This is becoming a big issue since he makes me quickly lose control and balance. How do I play against him so that he wont be able to place ball? Akash Links in this Episode Replacing Your Rubber - http://www.pingskills.com/table-tennis/equipment-lessons/replacing-your-rubber/ Forehand Followup - http://www.pingskills.com/table-tennis/master-classes/forehand-followup/ Basic Stance - http://www.pingskills.com/table-tennis/strokes-and-technique/basic-stance/ Footwork Basics - http://www.pingskills.com/table-tennis/strokes-and-technique/footwork-basics/ Wang Hao Wikipedia page - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wang_Hao_%28table_tennis%29 Twitter - http://twitter.com/PingSkills Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/PingSkills Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/+pingskills/ Below are some other videos we've made. Feel free to check 'em out! Will See Won't See Olympic Table Tennis, Table Tennis Forehand Counterhit Lesson, How To Execute the Ma Lin Serve, Learn the Backspin Reverse Pendulum Serve, Playing a Faster Forehand Topspin. Good luck with your table tennis. Cheers, Jeff Plumb and Alois Rosario