Kevin’s love for table tennis began in high school and never left. As a player he specializes in playing defensively, losing frequently, and spending inordinate amounts of time researching and tweaking his setup.
If you’re anything like me, the time you spend thinking about table tennis and wishing you could play more far exceeds the time you have available to actually play!
Perhaps the only club in your area has limited hours, or maybe you’ve taken on a new project at work that is eating away at your training time.
Regardless, most amateur players are stuck in the unfortunate situation of having limited amounts of time to train and improve their game.
So how then do we get our table tennis fix?
Unlike other sports, you can’t just flip on the TV and have your pick of matches to watch—along with detailed commentary and analysis by sports analysts. Nor can you strike up a conversation at the water cooler at work…
“Hey, you hear about Tomokazu Harimoto winning the under 21 at the Japanese Open at only 12 years old? Crazy, right? What do you think about his ‘choing,’ too excessive?”
Not only would you be met with blank, confused stares, you’d also be labeled the office eccentric pretty quickly (trust me, I’m speaking from experience on this one).
In these situations, having another outlet for your table tennis passion is essential, this is where the power of the internet comes in! Table tennis blogs and online communities provide a valuable outlet for all that pent up table tennis enthusiasm.
In this article I will share with you some of the most useful and interesting table tennis blogs I’ve come across in my endless quest for more table tennis knowledge.
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