Newport Beach, CA – Generate strategies to win a table tennis set in tight or intense situations is what teach us with the time how to receive, serve or execute a shot…but what about if we accelerate this in order to improve your thinking? Well that what the Equal Challenge Tournament is about it.
Tony Su a new player from Irvine decide to come and challenge his skills, thanks to stop by and we hope we can see you this Wednesday.
Table #1 we got an unbelievable match between Tim Stephens and Ken Dewhirst, both of them pull out his best shots and serves in order to get 1 more point. Very interesting match until the end where Tim took the victory with a score (11-8, 12-10, 11-9, 8-11, 14-12).
Table #2 Other intense match was between Jun Luan and Ron Arellano, it was not easy especially if Ron was 2-0 in sets losing. Jun was decide to win or win, but he did not count with the comeback of Ron (2-2) last set was fully of action and incredible shots, the first shot of Ron was a strong 3th ball attack with his forehand and Jun was ready for counter-looping and placing the ball on the white line. It was an amazing shot! At the end Ron won the game with a score of (6-11, 5-11, 12-10, 14-12, 12-10).
By the results Kuei Chen is the new Equal Challenge Champion of this week