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The game was invented in England in the end of 19th century and early days of the 20th century. The game name originally called Ping-Pong. The name Ping-Pong was widely used but many equipment manufacturers also calling this game as Table Tennis. After 1920, making the various associations change their names finally to approved as “Table Tennis”.
Table tennis became an Olympic sport in 1988, with singles and doubles competition for men and women.

Table tennis is an indoor sport played on rectangular table which has equal portions separated by a net placed at it’s width in the middle. In this game two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth across a table using small rackets. The format of the game is Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles or Team Game.
Table tennis is governed by the worldwide organization International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), founded in 1926. Table tennis has been an Olympic sport since 1988.

  • Table
    Rectangular wooden table having color of green, blue or red
    Table Length: 9 feet
    Table Width: 5 feet
    Height (from the ground): 2.5 feet
    Net: 6 feet long & 6 inch height
  • Racket / Bat
    Laminated wooden racket covered with rubber on both sides
    Head length: 17 cm
    Head width: 15 cm
  • Ball
    Spherical and hollow plastic ball having color of white, yellow or orange
    Weight: 2.7 grams
    Diameter: 4 cm

  • A match consists of the best of any odd numbers of games, most commonly best of 3 games with 11 or 21 points
  • Each game being won by a player who first reaches 11 or 21 points
  • A point is scored when either player fails to make a good return means do the unforced error
  • Service changes hands after every 2 or 5 points until 10-all or 20-all reached (as per the scoring format of particular event), when it changes after every subsequent points