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 Post subject: Penhold Grip Gallery!
PostPosted: 11 Apr 2009, 17:16 
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Just compiling a set of pics of penholder grips...

In no particular order...

ALL IMAGES ARE by courtesy of the ITTF

China
Ma Lin
3rd ball, Fast attack, traditional block & RPB, Cpen
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Wang Hao
Short/Mid distance RPB Looper, Cpen
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Xu Xin
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Liu Guoliang
Fast attack, Short pips hitter, traditional block & RPB, Cpen
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Hong Kong

Li Ching
Fast Attack, Short/Mid loop, traditional block & RPB, Cpen
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Ko Lai Chak
???, Cpen
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Zhang Rui
???, Cpen
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Lau Sui Fei
???, Cpen
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Japan
Kan Yo
Short/Mid distance RPB Looper, Cpen
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Yoshida Kaii
Single Sided Looper (Much like a normal Jpen looper), Cpen
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Korea

Ryu Seung Min
Single Sided Looper/Drive attack, Jpen
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Lee Eun Hee
???, Cpen
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Moon Hyun Jung
???, Jpen
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Kim Taek Soo
Single Sided Looper/Drive attack, Jpen
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Spain
He Zhi Wen
Short pips blocker/hitter
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USA
Gao Jun
Short pips blocker/hitter
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AWESOME THREAD!!

Interesting to see different grip positioning for different style. Seems to me that there's a trend amongst RPB players who use traditional blocks - they appear to use only middle finger, or middle & fourth fingers for support. Others such as Liu Guoliang prefer to curl the fingers. I suppose it'd be easier to pivot the blade for traditional blocks using these methods. Whereas for Wang Hao, who doesn't use traditional blocks, his last 3 fingers are in contact with the BH rubber almost always.

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Great compilation, Silver. :D

Just one snag (sorry to spoil the party)...
The last picture under He Zhi Wen is Xu Xin.

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Thanks for sharing, Silver. Great compilation :D

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Thank you for finding these photo's Silver, I have great respect for PH players... there grip change from FH to BH is just unbelievable coming from a SH POV.

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Nice Silver (as always) ! BTW I notice on the second picture of He Zhi Wen the handle of the blade looks very very short. Do you know what blade is that ?

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Nice Silver (as always) ! BTW I notice on the second picture of He Zhi Wen the handle of the blade looks very very short. Do you know what blade is that ?


hmm missed this somehow.

Wasn't it supposed to be some department-store-premade-bat that he pulled the rubbers off?
I wouldn't be surprised if it's been cut, sanded, banged, dropped, kicked, etc, because that handle looks pretty worn down.

In any case I highly suspect that he's the type of person you can just give any blade to and he won't really care...

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aeoliah wrote:
Nice Silver (as always) ! BTW I notice on the second picture of He Zhi Wen the handle of the blade looks very very short. Do you know what blade is that ?


hmm missed this somehow.

Wasn't it supposed to be some department-store-premade-bat that he pulled the rubbers off?
I wouldn't be surprised if it's been cut, sanded, banged, dropped, kicked, etc, because that handle looks pretty worn down.

In any case I highly suspect that he's the type of person you can just give any blade to and he won't really care...


I thought it was an 032 that had been lovingly re-crafted with tender precision to the table tennis work of art it is today, at least in the hand of HZW:) Really did think it was an 032.
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nice pics and style silver awesome


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In the first and second picture of Gao Jun you can see her "steering" it with her thumb, with the forefinger anchored. That's characteristic. I believe her grip is looser and more flexible than most. If you're interested check out this photo:
viewtopic.php?f=13&t=5311&start=15#p253693

The second photo of her in this thread illustrates something I said at that link: her thumb doesn't stick up and back beside the handle as it does at times with most players; the blade also comes up, rolling under the ball of the thumb, as shown in the photo at the link.


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GREAT thread ! I just find it out today, some years after.

one could see the gap between FH rubber et handle, quite interesting.

Beer Belly wrote:
Others such as Liu Guoliang prefer to curl the fingers. I suppose it'd be easier to pivot the blade for traditional blocks using these methods.


I got this grip too ! but with a level that is a bit below than LGL ...

and sorry for mistakes in english, i just start 2 years ago seriously, I don't learn it at school as child, I have to improve my level a lot !


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