Ping Pong / Table TennisAku minat main ping pong r... takde ke org buat kelab ping pong...
kalau ada tournament ping pong kat kl nih minat gak nak masuk...
jomm sapa minat kita buat kelab ping pong...
[ Last edited by Ax at 18-11-2006 12:45 PM ] me too :bgrin: tapi sekadar suke2 jer...nak keluarkan peloh
tak ler sampai nak ikut tournament plak
bila main saya paling suke smash bola ping pong 2 :bgrin: pandai smash ker.. hebat gak tuh... bola top spin terel tak. Tolong jgn kasi bola top spin....paling saya tak suke tu :lol:
mati akal dibuatnyer :bgrin:
PINGPONG??Any pingpong lovers kat thread ni? Susah la nak cari geng skrg ni...tambah pulak nak cari tempat2 or clubs2 ERO1 ader....
try check next page...tak silap holmes ader thread sal pingpong nie...tapi tak ramai plak yg response :hmm: wahh...ade geng aa...tapi tak ramai pulak...aku mmg minat gile aa TT ni.... main kat opis je...korang main katne? kasi up topik ni sket:clap:
ping pongkalu korang nak tanye pasal equiment ker..club2 ker....aku tau sedikit sebanyak.....getah yg baik ker...? teknik2 ker?:nerd:
[ Last edited by joe1983 at 25-4-2006 07:21 AM ] ping pong auk tahu main jer tapi tak tahu apa apa taktik mahupun teknik bermain
jenama paddle apa yg paling baik utk cara pegang yang biasa? (bukan pegang chopstick) Originally posted by ai****eru at 25-4-2006 02:42 AM
ping pong auk tahu main jer tapi tak tahu apa apa taktik mahupun teknik bermain
jenama paddle apa yg paling baik utk cara pegang yang biasa? (bukan pegang chopstick)
ohh...style yg eropah banyak pegang tuh....itu dipanggil "Shakehand Grip"....bergantung pader style main.....kalu ko jenis suke main jauh dari table...aku syorkan blade TIBHAR....kalu style main ko Fast Attack Near The Table...aku syorkan BUTTERFLY or STIGA.....kalu nak yg murah ...aku syorkan BUTTERFLY PETR KORBEL BLADE(blade nih berat sikit)....RM100 jer...qualitiy 100% memuaskan:nerd:....kalu nak tau aper2 lagi tanyer la......:nerd: ini la kayu dier
HISTORY OF TABLE TENNIS
The origin of table tennis has never been exactly pinpointed, even though it's a relatively young sport, younger than lawn tennis and not much older than basketball.
The earliest known form of the sport, called indoor tennis, was played in the early 1880s by British army officers in India and South Africa, using lids from cigar boxes as paddles and rounded corks from wine bottles as balls, with a row of books set up across the middle of a table to form the net.
Other versions developed in England during the 1890s, known variously as "whiff whaff" and "gossima," and Parker Brothers began manufacturing an indoor tennis kit that included a portable net that could be set up on a table, a small ball covered with netting, and miniature paddles.
James Gibb, an Englishman who visited the United States in 1900, brought some hollow celluloid balls home and began playing indoor tennis with friends, using the new balls. Gibb apparently came up with the name "ping pong," representing the sounds of the ball hitting the paddle and then the table.
However, an English manufacturer of sporting goods, John Jacques, registered "Ping Pong" as a trade name in 1901 and sold American rights to Parker Brothers, who came out with a new kit under that name.
Another Englishman, E. C. Goode, in 1902 covered his wooden ping pong paddle with pebbled rubber, which allowed him to put spin on the ball. A Ping Pong Association was founded in England that year, but it lasted less than three years, mainly because Parker Brothers' control of the name made equipment rather expensive.
Nevertheless, the sport spread rather quietly in England and Europe, primarily with equipment marketed by other manufacturers using the generic name of table tennis. A new Table Tennis Association was established in England in 1921. It was followed by the Fédération Internationale de Tennis de Table (International Table Tennis Federation), founded at a 1926 meeting in Berlin by England, Sweden, Hungary, India, Denmark, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Austria, and Wales.
The first world championship tournament was held in London in 1927. From then until World War II, Hungary dominated the sport. The top players of that early period were two Hungarians: Maria Mednyanszky, who won seven women's championships, and Viktor Barna, a five-time men's champion. Czechoslovakia and Romania also produced several champions.
The American Ping Pong Association was organized in 1930, but its membership was limited because only Parker Brothers equipment could be used. Two rival organizations, the U. S. Amateur Table Tennis Association and the National Table Tennis Association, were founded in 1933. The three groups merged in 1935 into the U. S. Table Tennis Association, which was renamed U.S.A. Table Tennis in 1994.
Central European dominance continued for a time after World War II, but Asian players took over the sport beginning in 1953. One factor in the sudden emergence of Asian stars was the introduction of the foam rubber paddle by Japan's Horoi Satoh in1952. The new coating made the game faster and also allowed players to put even more spin in the ball.
Asian players also developed the "penholder" grip, in which the handle of the paddle is held between forefinger and thumb, which allows the player to strike the ball with the same face of the paddle on any stroke. That grip is now used by virtually all top international players.
Table tennis became an Olympic sport in 1988, with singles and doubles competition for both men and women. UNDERSTANDING SPIN
Excerpts from Newgy Robo-Pong 2000 Player's Instructional Manual
More so than any other sport, table tennis is a game of spin. In order to be successful at table tennis, you must learn about and understand the different types of spin and how to counteract the effects of these spins on your racket.
There are two general ways to contact a ball with a racket. The first is by using force; in other words, the racket is forced through the path of the ball in a manner similar to hitting a baseball with a bat. The primary result of force is forward direction or speed. This is often the only way that beginners and novice players have learned to contact a ball.
The second way to contact a ball is by using friction-to contact the ball with a brushing motion so the rubber grabs the ball and makes the ball rotate. The primary result of striking the ball using friction is spin. The type of spin produced depends on the racket angle and the direction the racket is traveling.
Top players primarily use friction to contact the ball. They apply spin to almost every shot, sometimes severe amounts of spin. Robo-Pong 2000 simulates the play of a top player-it produces spin on every shot it delivers. Untrained players often comment that the robot's spin seems unusually strong. While this is true for an untrained player, a trained, competitive player thinks the robot's spin is quite normal. So if the spin seems strong at first, bear with it and you'll soon adjust by following the suggestions and lessons later in this manual. Table tennis is much more exciting and dynamic when you can produce your own spin and control your opponent's spin.
The figures below are simple explanations of the four major types of spins-topspin, backspin, right sidespin, and left sidespin. Each type of spin has two figures. The first figure shows what happens when a particular spin contacts a vertical, still racket. The second figure shows how to correct your racket angle to compensate for the effect of the spin on your racket.
Topspin is normally produced by making your racket travel from low to high while brushing the upper surface of the ball. Topspin has a dipping effect on the flight of the ball. For this reason, a ball carrying topspin can be hit with full force because the spin will cause the ball to dip down and hit the table instead of going off the end of the table. When the ball hits the table, the topspin grabs on the table surface, which both compounds the dipping effect and slightly increases ball speed. Topspin is considered to be offensive in most cases.
When topspin strikes a vertical racket, the spin will grab on the rubber surface and rebound upward, usually quite high and off the far end of the table. To correct for topspin and make the ball go back low over the net, tilt the leading racket face down toward the table and contact the ball on its upper surface. The more topspin on the ball, the more the racket needs to be tilted down. (See Figures G & H )
[ Last edited by joe1983 at 25-4-2006 07:31 AM ] Originally posted by joe1983 at 25-4-2006 07:13 AM
ini la kayu dier
aik tu paddle takder getah ker tuh?
Reply #6 joe1983's postmember aku suka service pakai topspin jenuh aku nak amik, susah jugak nak counter. tp xder la dlm2 5 x dia service aku takleh amik semua. boleh jugak la. aku cuba usha paddle butterfly kat Amazon.com ada mcm2 jenis nama; Hazinski, Naifu, Derek, tu semua different jenis paddel ker? Originally posted by ai****eru at 25-4-2006 07:50 AM
aik tu paddle takder getah ker tuh?
aa...takder...getah kene beli asing....tapi kalu nak beli kayu ngan getah sekali....yg terbaik aku raser BUTTERFLY FLEXTRA.....lupe la name kayu tuh....tapi dier dah siap ngan getah FLEXTRA dua2 belah.....semuanyer RM40.....murah tuh:nerd: Originally posted by ai****eru at 25-4-2006 07:54 AM
member aku suka service pakai topspin jenuh aku nak amik, susah jugak nak counter. tp xder la dlm2 5 x dia service aku takleh amik semua. boleh jugak la.
hehehe...topspin nih...kau boleh smash bole nih..kalu kene pader teknik nyer...
Reply #11 joe1983's postaku tahu sbb member aku yg lain power gak amik service dia, balas kuat lagi, pakai shakehand grip cam aku gak. tp aku tak biasa lagi, selalu amik backhand sbb boleh handle speed bola tu, kalu forehand kuat lah aku pukul.. aku suka main ping pong.......
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[ Last edited by joe1983 at 29-4-2006 12:52 PM ] Originally posted by joe1983 at 25-4-2006 07:56 AM
aa...takder...getah kene beli asing....tapi kalu nak beli kayu ngan getah sekali....yg terbaik aku raser BUTTERFLY FLEXTRA.....lupe la name kayu tuh....tapi dier dah siap ngan getah FLEXTRA dua2 ... flextra 2 blh rm40 mmg murah sbb aku beli pernah beli flextra, sebelah rm47.90.. 2 blh dah rm90+... but aku rasa lbh bagus jika letak getah yg berbeza.. flextra tu chop tak power.. Originally posted by natezanie at 26-4-2006 08:20 PM
flextra 2 blh rm40 mmg murah sbb aku beli pernah beli flextra, sebelah rm47.90.. 2 blh dah rm90+... but aku rasa lbh bagus jika letak getah yg berbeza.. flextra tu chop tak power..
:nerd:...mmg flextra tak berape power pon.....tapi bergantung style korang main....boleh aku syorkan getah aper....:nerd: aku defensive untuk fore hand....
attacking untuk backhand....
suggestkan getah nye