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Basic ping pong rules
June 20, 2017

Basic ping pong rules

Table Tennis Information Table Tennis - Basic Techniques The Loop The Chop The Flip The Lob Advanced Service Techniques Getting Started In order to start playing the real sport of table tennis, one requires the proper equipment and techniques. Although experimentation forms a large portion of one s advancement later on, in the beginning most everyone needs to…

Tennis match rules
August 1, 2017

Tennis match rules

Do the exact same rules apply in college tennis compared to the ITF Junior, ATP, or WTA Tour? Find out how the college divisions differ from each other in today s Friday Scholarship Guide. College Tennis Format 3-6 or 6-3 stands for the order of play of the 9 matches. In all divisions but the NJCAA (Junior & Community Colleges), doubles matches are…

Official table tennis serving rules
June 29, 2017

Official table tennis serving rules

Hold the ball flat in the palm of your hand. To start a legal serve, keep your hand completely open and flat after you pick up the ball. Let the ball sit there for a second or two, as your hand needs to be stationary, or still, before you throw it up into the air. Any illegal serve can result in the official calling it “incorrect.” While you may be warned one…

Ping pong singles rules
July 5, 2017

Ping pong singles rules

Table tennis has been an Olympic sport since 1988 and is hugely popular in Asia, although it is played all over the world from the dusty streets of Ethiopia to the public schools of rural England. The game did indeed begin in England at the end of the 19th century, first as a postprandial parlour game for upper classes. The sound of the ball on early bats gave…

Tennis play rules
June 17, 2017

Tennis play rules

Rules and Information 1. Level of Play We encourage all players to select a level that offers good, competitive matches. The final determination of level placement will be made by the Ultimate Tennis League Administrator using the following criteria: Requested Level Ultimate Tennis Play History USTA NTRP Level Division Scheduling Needs Refer to the following…

table tennis rules video
July 20, 2017

table tennis rules video

Hi I m Jon Gustavson from the Atlanta Georgia Table Tennis Association for About.com. Today we re going to talk about some of the important rules of table tennis. Important Table Tennis Rules to Start Play One of the rules that s most commonly broken is not serving legally. A few basic things that you have to do to have a legal serve is to have the ball flat…

Olympic ping pong rules
June 20, 2017

Olympic ping pong rules

Like the opening week of March Madness—the best part of that tournament—part of the joy of watching the Olympics is the overwhelming amount of action. At any point in the day, you can flip on the TV and take in a wide variety of sports and “sports, ” and in the same way that the promise of happening upon a random 3 vs. 14 seed matchup as some mid-major proceeds…

Serving rules in ping pong
June 29, 2017

Serving rules in ping pong

Table tennis serving rules have changed over the years. Under the current ITTF rules, the player to serve first is chosen at random, with the winner of the random draw able to choose to serve first or receive first. Sometimes in casual games, the first serve is chosen by volley, where a practice rally is played to determine who serves first. The player who…

Rules and regulations of tennis singles
July 11, 2017

Rules and regulations of tennis singles

Understanding the general rules and regulations of tennis is a first step to enjoying a sport you can play all year-round, with minimal equipment and just one other person. While there are slight rules variations between amateur and professional tennis, the object of the game is the same at all levels. The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is the sport s…

table tennis rule book
June 14, 2017

table tennis rule book

We all know what the sport of table tennis (or ping pong) entails - two or four players hitting a ball across the table using a paddle and light, hallow balls. The basic idea has remained somewhat unchanged since its origin which dates back to 19th century England. The Beginnings Lawn Tennis was a common and popular sport back then, so some upper class Victorians…

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