Ping-Pong is a USA registered trademark, first developed in the early 1900s by Parker Brothers Inc., and it is now owned by Escalade Sports.
Therefore the registered trademark "Ping-Pong" indicates a brand of equipment used to play the sport of Table Tennis.
Ping-Pong is the brand and table tennis is the sport.
However, in many places the names are still used interchangeably.
well ping pong is played on a ping pong table so no
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.
they are pretty much the same rules but table tennis is played on a table and tennis is played on an outdoor court
No, table tennis is played on a small table, where as deck tennis is played on a deck. sorry mate fgjkfkgfpogk
it is the same as the normal offical tennis rules.
same as lawn tennis
Yes. The sport is officially named Table Tennis though.
table tennis is obviously played on a table and tennis is not. they have some of the same rules, but tennis has tramlines, so, in other words, table tennis' court doesnt change from doubles and singles and the singles does. also the scoring is different. table tennis is frist to 21 points and tennis it is first to 6 games. they are alike as they are both played with a raquet and a ball that you can hit before the bounce or after the bounce but 2 bounces and you have lost the point. they both use points in scoring but differently. both great games to play and good for fitness
"Yes, they are. Table tennis and ping-pong are different names for the same game and use the same small white ball."
76 cm or 30 inches it is exactly the same as a regular table. Except while playing, the regulations are different