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  • Ninh explains the Rules of Table Tennis Table Tennis, otherwise known asPing Pong’,

  • is a game played as singles (where one person plays against one person) or doubles (where

  • two people play against two people). The object of the game is for your team to

  • win 3 sets faster than the opposing team. To win a set, you must score 11 points and

  • be at least two points ahead. If the scores are 10-10 for example, the game

  • carries on until one player or pair has a two point lead.

  • Okay then, so how do you score these points? To score a point, you must aim to hit a small

  • ball with your bat (otherwise known as a paddle) over the net and onto your opponent’s side

  • of the table without the opponent returning the favour.

  • The table is 274cm long x 152.5cm wide, and the net is 15.25cm above the table surface.

  • There is a centreline that divides the table, but this is used in doubles only.

  • To start the game, a player must serve with the ball in his open palm behind the table.

  • The ball must travel at least 6 inches in the air and bounce once on each side of the

  • table for a serve to be legal. If the ball is hit onto the edge of the table

  • - this counts. The opponent will then try and return the

  • ball and make you miss hitting the ball back. This can go back and forth and is known as

  • a ‘rally’. Hitting the ball over a net onto the table

  • so that your opponent can’t return it, sounds simple enough, but in table tennis - it’s

  • very easy to lose points.

  • There’s a lot of things you can’t do in table tennis

  • You cannot hit the ball directly onto the ground outside the area of play.

  • You cannot hit the ball twice in succession. You cannot allow the ball to bounce more than

  • once. You cannot hit the ball before it has bounced

  • on your side of the table. You cannot hit the ball into the net and for

  • it to land on your half of the table. You cannot touch the ball with any part of

  • your body except with the bat. You cannot put your non playing hand on the

  • table. In doubles, you cannot hit the ball out of

  • turn. and as earlier mentioned; you must serve the

  • ball legally. If you commit any of these errors, this results

  • in your opponents being awarded a point. Once a player or a pair has won 11 points

  • and is at least 2 points ahead, they win a set.

  • First player or pair to win 3 sets faster than their opponentwins.

  • Now that’s basically table tennis in a nutshell, but there’s a few things youll need to

  • understand before playing or going to a game.

  • For example

  • Service In singles only, the ball can be served anywhere

  • on the table. In doubles however, the ball must touch the

  • opposite corners of the table and partners must alternate serves.

  • Each player (or pair) is given two serves before your opponent is awarded next two serves.

  • This goes back and forth until either a set is won, or you reach Deuce.

  • Deuce This where a score is tied (typically 10-10)

  • and each team now requires a two point lead to win. The only difference now is that you

  • only get one serve each as opposed to two. The first player or pair to get a two point

  • lead, wins the set.

  • Out of turn (doubles)

  • In doubles only, you and your partner must hit the ball alternately.

  • If a player hits the ball twice in succession during a rallythey have played out of

  • turn and the opponent is awarded the point.

  • As you can tell, Table Tennis is an extremely fast sport and youll need good reflexes

  • to play it properly, but over time, the rules will become easy and it’s a fun sport to

  • play. If you have found this video at all helpful,

  • please like, share and subscribe. It takes me ages to make one of these things

  • and good karma is very much appreciated. Be sure to follow me on twitter also, but

  • in the meantime, enjoy Table Tennis!

  • Ninh Ly,, @NinhLyUK

Ninh explains the Rules of Table Tennis Table Tennis, otherwise known asPing Pong’,


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卓球のルール(卓球) - EXPLAINED! (The Rules of Table Tennis (Ping Pong) - EXPLAINED!)

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