1. Hold the ping pong paddle longitudinally
Longitudinal paddle holding has the advantage of being very good at backhand blocking, which facilitates the right-hand pushing, which makes the ball in the table relatively flexible. So most people use polishing only with the side of the paddle. This grip while polishing can alternate between forehand and forehand.
The Vertical grip
Just like writing a pen, the thumb and index finger form a pincer grip on the paddle, the other three fingers curled naturally and pressed against the back of the ping pong paddle.
Vertical grip as Fast-attack style
hold the ping pong paddle correctly in fast-attacking style? First holding the paddle against the palm of the hand (between the thumb and forefinger, close to the hand). The right side of the paddle touches the third of the index finger, firing the first of the thumb against the left shoulder. The second set of index finger presses against the right shoulder. The first of the thumb and the first, the second of the forefinger, forms a pincer frame in front of the paddle. The distance between forefinger and thumb is about 1 to 2 cm. The other fingers are naturally folded over and held against the back of the paddle by the first and second burns of the middle finger.
This grip method is suitable for fast attack with forward-tipped paddle, and the flexibility of the wrist and fingers is better than the horizontal grip. When attacking the forearm, the thumb presses the paddle, the index finger is relaxed, the thumb and the anonymous finger support the middle finger to hold the paddle force. When pushing the left hand, the forefinger will press the paddle, while the thumb will loosen, the little finger and the anonymous finger will support the middle finger against paddle and the force.