Barry Hayward's Table Tennis Library

An Illustrated Bibliography of Table Tennis Books in the English Language

Category: 2020 onwards

Bib No. 369 – STILL MORE TABLE TENNIS TIPS

Bib No. 369 – STILL MORE TABLE TENNIS TIPS

Author : Larry Hodges
Comments : Tips from the last 3 years of Larry Hodges Web Site up to May 2020

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Bib No. 374 – PING !

Bib No. 374 – PING !

Author : Graham Frankel
Comments : A carefully crafted book with a serious look at the way the Game in the UK has been drifting over the last 50 years. Plenty of food for thought. There is no doubt that the other European Nations have been leaving us behind in the organisation and administration of our game and I suspect that there are many others like Graham who feel there is a need for change. A interesting take on the introduction of synthetic bat coverings over the last 70 years. All of course recognised by Ivor Montagu in his far sighted ‘problems of racket standardisation’ of 1959.

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Bib No. 375 – SPIN

Bib No. 375 – SPIN

Author : Tom Lodziak
Comments : Tom describes himself as a decent amateur player, but there is little doubt that he is a very good coach, and the tactics and tips he teaches will help you to new heights. Some action photographs would be nice.

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Bib No. 376 – TABLE TENNIS FROM THEN TO NOW

Bib No. 376 – TABLE TENNIS FROM THEN TO NOW

Author : R. Fullen
Comments : I have finally found time to digest all 361 pages of this monumental work. I don’t think I have ever read a book that has made me stop and think so much, and so often. In my opinion it is probably the best ever for the advanced player or the good coach. Such issues as different play with the 40mm ball, different styles with the plastic ball, and different techniques with the women’s game, are all dealt with in detail. A great book – but I certainly would not recommend it for the beginner, (it might put them off for life). The fact that it is a series of articles, lectures, and seminars can make it heavy going in places, and the lack of progressive structure leads to some topics being covered on several occasions. Well done! What more could you ask for? A few action photos would be nice..

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