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How To Play Table Tennis

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How To Hit The Table Tennis Backhand Push

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The backhand push stroke is made standing square to the table or with the left foot slightly back. The knees should be bent, while standing on the balls of the feet.
The stroke begins with the elbow bent upward and the racket held up near the chest level in an "open" position. Pivot the elbow downward stroking under the ball, sending it over the net onto the opponent's court.

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