Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Ping Pong

Ping Pong, also known as Table tennis in many parts of the World is similar to tennis except that it is played on a table as the name suggests. Some of the masters of the game are from the Asian countries like India, Indonesia, China and Malaysia. This is because of the simple reason that the game Ping Pong originated in Asia. The game involves 2 or 4 players similar to tennis. The main thing in Ping Pong is the hand and eye co-ordination which must be as accurate as possible. It is a very fast paced game and hence makes it difficult for beginners to cope with the experienced players. You can learn Ping pong, if you are in Vancouver, Canada from one, Tao lie who is a professional Ping pong player and is now a coach. You can also learn the various nuances of the game of ping pong online. The 2 most important play in Ping pong are the Smash and the Loop. This can be done in forehand as well as in backhand. But you need to practice a lot to master it. Tao Li’s DVDs Forehand Loop Mastery and Forehand Smash Mastery can be purchased through the web for $29.95 each. So, enjoy the fun of Ping pong.

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