Here is a video of Omar Assar and Jorgen Persson training their footwork away from the table with a throwing and catching game.
Marcos, aged 26, has been a steady climber on the ITTF ranking list over the last few years and I see no reason for this to stop!
Use training and advice from boxing coaches to add power to your table tennis strokes. There is a lot we can learn from boxing.
Don't get stuck knocking up diagonally once you have mastered a stroke. Instead challenge yourself with some irregular switching drills instead.
Basic tactics can be the difference between winning and losing. Here we look at playing into your opponents crossover point and attacking the middle.
Dima Ovtcharov, the young German table tennis star, is crushing it both on and off the table at the moment. He is currently the best player in Europe.
We have a problem; we push too much. If we want to improve and succeed at a highly level we need to stop pushing and start playing more aggressively.
I look at the strongest domestic table tennis league across the world of club table tennis. The Chinese Super League wins hands down.
Ibrahim Hamato is surely the most inspirational table tennis player ever, having taught himself how to play with his mouth after losing both arms.
Ibrahim Hamato is a table tennis player from Egypt without arms.