Fidget Spinner vs. Table Tennis

Welcome back to the channel of EmRatThich Fidget spinner is becoming a new
trend. It’s a simple toy that allows people to spin
the plastic along its axis with little effort. Today, let’s compare Fidget spinner versus
table tennis. Looks like everyone is in love with this “Fidget
Spinner”. People loves seeing and
playing with something spin. That’s why the “Fidget Spinner” is so hot
right now. You can see it everywhere, in school, in shop,
in a parc, at home. A normal “Fidget Spinner” can spin about 30-40
times in 10 seconds. That means it
will spin 300 rpm (rounds per minutes) on your hand. Some videos claim that
it spin 9999 rpm. Not true! It’s just a click-bait. Table tennis ball can spin over 3000 rpm. It is the most spinny sport in the world. Spin is the beauty of table tennis. Without spin, this sport is just a ping pong. If you are playing table tennis. Congratulations! Because this sport is even 10 times
spinner than “Fidget Spinner” the most “spinning and popular toy” in 2017. Meanwhile, ITTF investigated so much money
to promote “a new type” of table tennis “TTX”. They used a crappy racket and remove the spin
of sport and said this will make the game more fun. If you don’t know about “ttx”. Search for it. The video “introducing ttx” of ITTF got
so many dislikes from the players. You should also read the “funny comments”
of the fan all over the world about this “genius” idea. If you are a true table tennis player, you
will understand that spin is the heart of table tennis. More spin means more control, and more fun. Without spin, you can’t fully control the
rallies. TTX is a failure, it is never more fun
than a true table tennis. Fun or not depends on your attitude to the
sport. This is is the real fun table tennis
that you should watch, but not the “ttx” fake sport. It’s much more effective if ITTF uses this
money to promote the sport in the developing countries instead of ttx.

27 thoughts on “Fidget Spinner vs. Table Tennis

  1. Nice video Coach. Continue that way?
    Table tennis way more funny than that ttx thing lets protect our sport!

  2. I miss the old table tennis where I can spin the ball all days. Miss you Grubba and J.M. Saive!

  3. Actually, table tennis spin is over 9000 rpm:

    3000 rpm is for regular tennis

  4. To me, TTX is to start a new business to generate money, if it works, all the best to them but I'll stick to real TT.

  5. In 1minute you have 60 seconds not 100… at the beginning of the video you say 30 rotation/10s so 300/min that's WRONG

  6. The bad thing is that Thomas Weikert was re elected as ITTF president and will keep doing bullshit like ttx even though J.M. Saive should have been elected… He is a table tennis player and his plans were really good. Weikert supposingly cares about table tennis but he has no idea of the table tennis world. Don't you think coach?

  7. I originally hated the idea of ttx, but Weikert explains it as a sort of way to make table tennis more appealing for noons who are too intimidated by real TT to even play. He said it'll never replace TT, just compliment it

  8. I agree TTX is less fun than TT, for people who like spin! More spin is more control, yes, for experienced players. For beginners more spin is less control!
    I have seen plenty of newcomers in a club who are just being destroyed by more experienced players who know spin, especially side spin. The rallies are short. The newcomers don't understand what's going on. They don't return.
    I think TTX wanted to address this problem: longer rallies, more activity, less frustration, smoother learning curve.
    I wouldn't shoot the idea too fast.

  9. Table tennis had no spin when it was first created. Nowadays people just accept the spin as a part of the game, when in reality it is an improvement or an addition to the game. Spin in table tennis refers to professional grounds, but sometimes we forget to play just for fun. Not always spin means more fun, because spin can be fun to the one who generates it first in the rally, but not always will be for the receiver because he needs to concentrate more in order to keep the ball in play.

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