Hi, I’m Alois Rosario. Today we’re going to
talk about the backhand cartwheel chop. Like with all our strokes at PingSkills we
like to focus on the start position and the finish position. So the start position is
here ready for your cartwheel, do your cartwheel and then your finish position. So here we have Panda. He’s now getting into
the ready position so remembering feet nice and wide apart because you want to be able
to launch off from there. OK. Now let’s have a look at Panda. Ready
position. Good. Start position and now lets do the flippity bit. Excellent and up you
get. Well done Panda. Great job with the fantastic cartwheel backhand chop. OK. Here we go. Now we’ll give Panda a bit
of multiball. Yeah almost Panda, almost. Ready position. Start position and you forgot
the flippy bit. Flippy bit yep that’s it. OK. Ready. Start position and …. Ready. 1, 2, 3. Yeah that’s good Panda. Go Panda. Wooo hooo. Look at Panda go. Yeah!
Yeah! Like it! OK Alois. Now Panda seemed to be having trouble
with that shot, should beginners be focusing on this? Yeah he really did have trouble but have a
look how quickly our friends at Editing Sports picked it up. To learn the game go to PingSkills, for great
trick shots go to Editing Sports.

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Dennis Veasley

28 thoughts on “Backhand Cartwheel Chop | PingSkills | Table Tennis”

  1. is it true you have to have 10 years of training to enter the Olympics? I'd really like to enter one day in the future!

  2. Sometimes you get so stressed out with training and tournaments you forget the most important thing… Table Tennis is fun!

    Thanks for the reminder.

  3. With you guys table tennis is always fun, whether watching some heavy duty stuff or a funny video like this. I bet not every one could do this shot. Firstly one need to practice the "cartwheel" which I've never mastered. Thanks for sharing.

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