Ho Grip vs Shakehand Grip vs Penhold Grip vs Seemiller Grip in Table Tennis or Ping-Pong

 

The rules or laws of Table Tennis do not prescribe the manner in which one must grip the racket.

 

The following compares the top factors in performance and the pros and cons of a Ho Grip vs Shakehand Grip vs Penhold Grip vs Seemiller Grip in each use scenario.

Shakehand grip (forehand)  Shakehand grip (backhand) ã€ŒSeemiller Grip」的圖片搜尋結果

 

Ho Shakehand Grip

 

Traditional Shakehand Grip

 

Ho Penhold Grip

 

Traditional Penhold Grip

 

Seemiller Grip

 

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variation of the shakehand grip

powerful forehand topspin

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powerful backhand topspin

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backhand weakness can be covered adequately with excellent footwork, or supplemented with the recent reverse penhold backhand loop innovation.

 

Able to hit their backhands with the same side of the racket

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V

 

V

used with a combination bat – twiddling the racket to use pips or “anti-spin” – able to abruptly change the pace of the ball during a rally

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If used with a combination bat, then either forehand or backhand has no powerful topspin

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If used with a combination bat, then either forehand or backhand has no powerful topspin

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Both forehand and backhand are played with the same side of the bat

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does not have the problem of a crossover point

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Not awkward to hit shots using a traditional backhand, using the opposite side of the racket.

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