OOAK Table Tennis Forum
A truly International Table Tennis Community for both Defensive and Offensive styles!
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About the OOAK Forum
The OOAK table tennis forum is a friendly and lively table tennis community, committed to providing a comprehensive and independent source of information and advice about table tennis, and to help promote and grow our sport.
What are we all about?
We are one of the biggest table tennis forums on the net, we are well known for our friendly atmosphere, and high level of knowledge in equipment, techniques and table tennis rules. We embrace not only the conventional styles of play and equipment, but also focus on the less discussed ones like pimples, anti-spin, hardbat, pengrip, etc, as information and advice on these topics can be very hard to find. This has always been the cornerstone of our forum, and it's another aspect that sets us apart from the mainstream.
Whether you're a beginner or high level player, we encourage a friendly and relaxed atmosphere for discussing any issues big or small. However we also strive for some higher goals to make a real difference for the good of our sport. These are:
Who are our members?
Our members are from a wide variety of backgrounds from all over the world, and include beginner and social players, high level competition players, coaches, table tennis officials, retailers and manufacturers. All are encouraged to discuss and contribute in a friendly and unbiased manner, to make your experience enjoyable and informative. Our forum is run by a small group of moderators and forum staff, all volunteers and players themselves as well, who help keep things friendly and organised, and together decide on any issues that need to be resolved.
Why join our forum?
All the information on our forum is free to view for everyone, whether you join our forum or not. We don't make any demands from our members (other than to abide by the forum rules :mrgreen: , and any contribution you make is purely voluntary.
Most importantly you'll likely have a lot more fun, by sharing your thoughts and ideas with fellow players of a common interest! If you love table tennis like we do, and would like to make a difference for our sport or for other members, we welcome you with open arms and encourage you to join our fun in our forum discussions, and perhaps help us in our quest to promote and grow our sport!
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