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  • Hi, I am Alois Rosario from PingSkills. Today we are going to talk about the grip.

  • There are two main ways of holding the table tennis bat:...

  • The first one is the shakehand grip.

  • As the name suggests, it is like you are shaking hands with the bat.

  • So there is the bat, and you are shaking hands with it.

  • You have your pointer finger across the bottom...

  • of one side of the racket,...

  • and you have your thumb across the bottom of the other side.

  • A lot of people ask: "Why can you not just hold it like you do a tennis racket?"

  • The main thing is, that the pointer finger up on the racket there...

  • gives you much better control over the racket head.

  • The second thing is, that it also helps you to know...

  • what angle your racket is at.

  • If your racket turns in your hand a little bit,...

  • you have got a good idea of where that is with your pointer finger there.

  • If you do not have your pointer finger there, your racket can turn in your hand,...

  • and it is much harder for you to tell what angle the racket is on.

  • So make sure that you have your pointer finger across the bottom of the bat.

  • The other important thing with the shakehand grip is to make sure that you do not...

  • strangle the bat. If you have got your bat too tight in your hand,...

  • firstly you are going to lose feeling in your wrist...

  • and also it is much harder to generate spin.

  • Have you bat really loosely in your hand.

  • As a test, you should be able to just take the bat out of your hand...

  • as easily as that.

  • The second common way of holding the table tennis bat, is the penhold grip:...

  • With the penhold grip, you have your handle facing upwards...

  • and you encircle your thumb and pointer finger around the handle.

  • Like you would holding a pen.

  • On the back of your bat, you can have your fingers in two different ways.

  • Either curled up like that,...

  • or you can have them flat across the bat.

  • That is just a preference.

  • If your fingers are curled up, your wrist can be used a little bit more easily.

  • If you have got your fingers spread across the back,...

  • then you get a little bit better control over the racket head.

  • Just experiment for yourself. See which one feels more comfortable for you.

  • Why would you choose either the shakehand or the penhold grip?

  • There is a couple of advantages and disadvantages of each.

  • Firstly, with the shakehand grip:...

  • The advantage is that you can use both sides equally as well.

  • With the forehand and the backhand.

  • The disadvantage is that you create a crossover point where you are changing between...

  • the forehand side of your racket and the backhand side of your racket.

  • So, you need to weigh those two things up.

  • With the penhold grip the advantage is, that you can use your wrist a lot more.

  • Because you are using your wrist in that range, as opposed to the shakehand grip...

  • where you are using it in that range.

  • So, you are using your wrist much more easily with the penhold grip.

  • The other advantage of the penhold grip is that you do not have that...

  • crossover point because you are using the same side of your racket...

  • to start off with, on both sides with the backhand and the forehand.

  • So you do not have the crossover that you had with the shakehand grip.

  • The real disadvantage of the penhold grip though is the backhand side:...

  • It is much harder to hit or attack the ball with the backhand side.

  • Now the backhand is starting to be used...

  • as a reverse penhold backhand, which...

  • is much more effective but it is still quite a difficult stroke...

  • with the penhold grip.

  • So, now that you have seen these two grips,...

  • you decide which grip is best for you.

  • You might want to experiment with both, the shakehand and the penhold grip.

  • Play with them both. See which suits you.

  • See which feels more comfortable for you.

  • That is the main criteria.

Hi, I am Alois Rosario from PingSkills. Today we are going to talk about the grip.

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如何握住乒乓球拍 (How To Hold a Table Tennis Bat)

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