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About Table Tennis

Table tennis, also referred to as ping-pong and whiff-whaff, is a sport in which two or four players use small rackets to hit a lightweight ball, also referred to as the ping-pong ball, back and forth across a table. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net. The sport is becoming increasingly popular, and there are many clubs all over the world.

The game is also known in the United States as racquetball, and in the Philippines as table tennis on a volleyball court.

Since 1928, table tennis has been an Olympic event, with just a break between 1948 and 1980. As a demonstration sport, the sport returned to the Olympic program in 1988 and returned in 1992 as an official event. In East and Southeast Asia, particularly China, India, South Korea, Japan, Thailand and Hong Kong, the sport is the most popular. It is especially popular in countries such as South Korea where it is known as kong-ung. In North America, it is most popular in Canada, the United States and Mexico, where there are more than a dozen top-level professional leagues.

The scoring is complicated, but the basics are fairly straightforward. Points are scored by defeating opponents and/or on the basis of a best of 9 or 12 games or, more generally, with the opportunity to exchange sets in which a winner is determined by first to win 3 games.

The doubles version of the game, known as four-ball, is played with five players, as is traditionally played in western competitive foursomes. The doubles version of ping-pong is sometimes played with a table larger than the standard 14 ft 6 in (4.64 m) table. In recreational play and playing with small children, a 15 ft (4.5 m) table may be used.

What are the rules of table tennis?

The aim of the game is simple, hit the ball over the net onto your opponent’s side. A point is won by you if your opponent is unable to return the ball to your side of the table (e.g. they miss the ball, they hit the ball but it misses your side of the table, or the ball hits the net), or if they hit the ball before it bounces on their side of the table.

Scoring. The winner of a game is the first to 11 points.

Serving: singles. A player takes two serves before the ball switches to the opponent to serve, except during periods of extra play where it changes each time.

Date of last update: 4. June, 2021