Table Tennis

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Meyer & Meyer Verlag, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 150 pages
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Werner Schlager stands for a successful individual and self-confident player. That is exactly what he wants to get across in his interviews: individuality, determination, endurance and the belief in yourself. “Table Tennis- Tips from a World Champion” is a practical training book for successful table tennis. The aim is not to copy Werner Schlager as a player but to use his tips to find your own way to use them successfully. Numerous picture series explain technique and tactic. This book is meant to encourage individuality in technique and game. All in all this is a “different” table tennis teaching book for players and coaches who are keen to progress further.
 

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Contents

Contents
7
About the Stroke Techniques
17
Technique and Training of Technique
101
Playing Systems in Table Tennis
108
Doubles
124
Fitness and Athletics
131
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About the author (2011)

Bernd-Ulrich Groß, was the head coach of a GermanBundesliga table tennis club from 1989-1991. He was publisher and editor of the German table tennis magazine “Tischtennislehre” and organizer of big table tennis events. Groß is involved in the production of the monthly Newsletter of the Japanese company Butterfly. Werner Schlager sensationally became World Singles Champion in Paris in 2003. Two years later he won the European Doubles Championship together with his friend Karl Jindrak. He was the number 1 in the world in the Singles and the number 1 in the world in the Doubles. In 2010 he opened the Werner Schlager Academy in Vienna, a table tennis world centre in the heart of Europe.

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