Greg Letts Introduction World-ranked table tennis player and Australian Level 1 table tennis coachInternationally qualified table tennis umpireSelf published the eBook How to Win at Table TennisManager of the Perth (Australia) Table Tennis Club Experience Greg Letts is a former writer for ThoughtCo, contributing articles for three years about the sport of table tennis. Greg was also a contributor to several table tennis forum and websites including TableTennisCoaching.com, the One-or-a-Kind table tennis forum (OOAK.Forum.com), MegaSpin.net, ExpertTableTennis.com, and PingSunday.com.Greg began playing competitive table tennis in 1986, playing at the Australian Championships that year. He competed at the Australian Championships from 2004 to 2012. Greg was a state junior coach and Western Australia's Table Tennis coaching director. He offers coaching advice through his webpage GregsTTPages.com and has a YouTube page, How To Win At Table Tennis, where he offers short, informative videos about techniques and the sport in general. He is qualified as a table tennis umpire and acted in that role during the Australian Championships. Education Awards and PublicationsHow to Win at Table Tennis (Self Published eBook, GregsTTPages.com, nd)Choosing a Table Tennis Table (Self Published eBook, GregsTTPages.com, nd) A Message from Greg Letts LiveAbout and Dotdash Meredith LiveAbout, a Dotdash Meredith brand, is a reference site focused on entertainment, activities, and hobbies. Learn more about us and our editorial guidelines. Read more from Greg Letts Maximum Speed of a Ping Pong Ball Everything You Wanted to Know About Table Tennis/Ping-Pong at the Olympic Games Traditional Chinese Penhold Grip in Pingpong Important Olympic Rules and Laws for Table Tennis Equipment Needed To Play Table Tennis Are Edge Balls Out of Bounds? Reverse Penhold Backhand (RPB) Grip in Table Tennis How to Play Ping-Pong The Basic Physics and Mathematics of Table Tennis Important Table Tennis Rules for Ping-Pong Beginners The Backhand Sidespin Serve Table Tennis - How to Play With Short Pimples The Backhand Backspin/Sidespin Serve in Table Tennis Plans for Building Your Own Ping-Pong Table Learn to Play Table Tennis Should You Chop with Thin or Thick Sponge Table Tennis Rubbers? Picking a Ping-Pong Table Learn the Definition of Ping-Pong Game Terms Avoiding Table Tennis Injuries Protecting Your Ping-Pong Paddle Different Table Tennis Playing Levels What You Should Never Do With Your Free Hand During a Ping-Pong Match The Skunk Rule in Table Tennis Can You Hit Your Table Tennis Bat on the Table?