Chinanews Client Beijing, August 6th (Li He) Whether in urban communities or rural sports and leisure corners, you can see table tennis tables almost everywhere. The reason why ping-pong is called the "national game" is closely related to its ease of use, popularization, and solid mass foundation. The column "Playing Ping Pong in 60 Seconds" will help readers who love national football start from a zero foundation and enter the door of junior enthusiasts——

  With the constant changes in table tennis rules, such as the adoption of an 11-point game system, unobstructed serve, 40mm large balls, etc., the proportion of stalemate balls used in table tennis matches has increased. If you want to win in a stalemate, in addition to improving your stalemate ability, you can also use tactics to let yourself seize the opportunity.

  For novices, the most effective way is to mobilize the opponent by actively changing the line to find opportunities. The commonly used methods of stalemate change line include changing oblique line and changing straight line.

  The technical details are: whether it is forehand or backhand, straight or diagonal, it is mainly achieved by the control of the body and the shape of the board. Use body rotation to control the angle, straight or diagonal, to be more active in stalemate. Specific applications include:

  1. Press left and right

  Specific operation: during the stalemate, hold down the opponent's backhand; after the opponent returns the ball, strike the forehand position assault.

  2. Adjust right and left

  Specific operations: During the stalemate, suddenly attack the opponent's forehand, which caught the opponent off guard; after the opponent returns the ball, press the backhand to attack.

  One thing to note is that you must attack the forehand quickly and resolutely.

  3. Other applications include:

  Attack the opponent's corner

  ① Bilateral straight attack. Attack one corner in a straight line first, then attack the other corner in a straight line.

  ② Attack diagonally. Attack one corner diagonally first, then attack the other corner diagonally.

  ③ Every straight line changes to a diagonal line.

  ④ The diagonal line changes to a straight line.

  ⑤ Continuously attack the opponent's right corner and surprise the left corner.

  ⑥ Continuously attack the opponent's left corner and surprise the right corner.

  When adopting stalemate tactics, pay attention to the moment when the opponent hits the ball, and accurately judge the change of the opponent's return; pay attention to enhancing the stability of the shot. (Finish)