The rules of table tennis refer to a racket. Therefore, racket is the official name, although some people call it a bat or a paddle.
it is the same as the normal offical tennis rules.
The rules and regulations for table tennis in Olympics are the same as for other major table tennis tournaments.
The rules of table tennis used for the Olympic Games are the same as the table tennis rules used for all the other top International table tennis events. There are 15 basic rules plus many additional regulations.
the same as hard court and clay!
The rules include; · When serving, you must stand behind the line and the ball has to go diagonally to the other side. · The ball cannot bounce more than once on the same side of the net. sorry, I can't think of any other rules :)
In tennis it is called a racket.
It's OK if your bat hits the table when you are playing your shot. The only time it would be a problem is if you moved the table at the same time. If you move the table, you lose the point. The official name for a bat is a racket, but it's called a paddle or a bat by some people.
That depends what you are hitting them with, and how hard you are hitting them. If you hit a baseball with a baseball bat and a tennis ball with a baseball bat as hard as you can, the tennis ball would go farther. The tennis ball would go farther in most circumstances if you hit each with the same object and with the same force.
Not much really, except the bats are different. The paddle bat is a smaller solid bat whereas the normal tennis racket has strings and is bigger.
there are 12 rules in table tennis