Want to win? Accuracy, stability, threat, variability, all are indispensable!

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Author: 老王乒乓

Training is for the competition. This is a well-known thing. In the actual combat of table tennis, it is the ultimate goal of table tennis training to fully integrate and apply the techniques and tactics mastered in ordinary training. In actual table tennis, there are also prerequisites for the success of using table tennis technology.

1. Accuracy

The technical accuracy in the game is reflected in the hit rate. For example, I use the serve to grab power. In a game, I grab 8 balls and make 6 mistakes. The hit rate is only 25 %,75% of the balls are thrown by myself. Lost myself. To analyze it from another angle, in a game of 11 points, you made 6 mistakes only in serving and attacking, accounting for 54% of the 11 points. Can you still win? Obviously, you didn’t pay attention to the accuracy of the ball when you practiced. I have watched many players’ games, and the main reason for losing is not because of the opponent’s strength, but because of their own unnecessary mistakes.

So, what are the technical factors corresponding to the accuracy, that is, how can the accuracy of the technology be improved? Among the factors of speed, force, rotation, landing point, and arc, the arc is the key to accuracy, and whether other factors play a role, yes, but not the main one. With such an analysis, when we practice, we must pay great attention to actively create reasonable arcs, and learn to play arcs of different lengths and heights at different speeds, different rotations, different strengths, and different landing points. . Only in this way can you guarantee the accuracy of your shots during the game and avoid unnecessary mistakes.

2. Stability

Stability actually refers to the specification of technical movements, which is the guarantee of accuracy. Corresponding to technical exercises, it mainly refers to the dynamic stereotyping of technical movements. Of course, the stability of the technical action is relative, because the hitting action must make necessary adjustments with the dynamic changes of the ball, but this adjustment cannot destroy the reasonable structure of the entire technical action, which is what we often call the action deformation. Here, adjustment and deformation are two different concepts. Adjustment is the interpretation of a reasonable shot, and deformation is a betrayal of a reasonable shot. Therefore, when we practice, we should increase the practice of some main techniques, and in complex situations such as rapidity and change, we should promote ourselves to establish a solid basic movement and form a solid technical movement stereotype. In the application of the game, the constant (meaning not destroying the reasonable action structure) should be changed.

3. Threat

Threat actually means lethality. On the basis of accuracy and stability, any technology should pay attention to increasing its due power. The discussion on this aspect is very lively. Some believe that power is the main factor, some think that rotation is the main factor, and some advocate power plus rotation, but this is not enough. The threat is not limited to speed, nor is it limited to power and spin. In my opinion, the threat is reflected in the quality of the movement of the technology and the variables associated with it, and the use of it depends on the situation. For example, for pushing, speed alone is not enough, and you must also pay attention to the landing point. For example, when cutting the ball, you need to control the landing point when changing the spin. Another example is pulling the ball. Although your technique is of high quality, the combination of rotation and speed is good, and your strength is also great, if you keep pulling the ball to the opponent’s hand, the threat will be greatly reduced. As the saying goes, “four or two moves a thousand pounds”, in the game we often see a lot of good balls that use skills, although they are not powerful, they are also very threatening. Therefore, in our practice, we must correctly understand the meaning of threat, handle the relationship between strength, speed, rotation, and landing point.

4. Variability

Change is the living soul of table tennis. It includes both technical changes and tactical changes and other self-changing capabilities, but also the ability to adapt to the other side’s contingency. A golfer who lacks the ability to change and adapt is a formula player, also known as a practice player. In reality, many golfers are accustomed to practicing under certain conditions, accustomed to practicing with certain styles of play and certain players because they do not pay attention to the cultivation of the ability to adapt and change during practice. kind of dependency. It is manifested in being used to a fixed rhythm of hitting the ball, adapting to a certain line, rotation and play style, etc. If the opponent you encounter is not the type who often practice together, you will feel very uncomfortable, or even helpless.

Therefore, in practice, we should pay attention not only to practice with those players who can practice well, but also to strengthen the practice with those opponents who are very awkward and unaccustomed to themselves, so as to improve their adaptability to various styles of play. ball ability. Only in this way can you compete calmly with players from all walks of life in the competition and compete against each other.

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