Ping pong is a fun and exciting sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Whether you are looking to learn the basics of the game or compete in championships, ping pong offers a great way to improve hand-eye coordination, reflexes, and overall fitness. In this blog, I will share with you my journey of learning to play ping pong, my experience of playing with friends and children, and the championships I took part in.
For learning to Play Ping Pong first one should understand the rules of ping pong, then choose the right equipment, including paddles and balls, learn basic techniques such as forehand and backhand strokes serves, and footwork, practice drills to improve your skills and finally playing against opponents of different skill levels.
For this learning process, I am thankful to my friends, locals, and ESC volunteers for helping me. Each week two hours we are playing in the sports center with local children and Ukrainian refugees. I think it is very important to learn and teach at the same time, I think it is the most effective way of learning many things.
During these six months, we had two championships. During the first championship, I was the second bs player, and I was very happy. But during the second championship we had many guests from Slovenia, Hungary, and Italy: young people full of skills and energy, it was the best experience for me to play with them.
Ping pong is a sport that offers many benefits, from physical fitness to socializing with friends and family. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced player, there is always room for improvement and fun to be had. By following the tips and techniques I emphasized, you can learn to play ping pong, enjoy playing with friends and children, and take part in championships to improve your skills and compete against other players.