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.
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. The sport is officially named Table Tennis though.
same as lawn tennis
"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
The last point in table tennis (ping pong) is exactly the same as all other points. There are no special rules relating to the last point.
yes yes yes yes yes it uses the same table and the same ball
the same as hard court and clay!
There is no difference between table tennis and ping pong. Table tennis and ping pong are just different names for the same sport.Table tennis is the official name for the sport, but when it was first invented it's popular name was ping pong. This is due to the sound the objects they used for bats would make.AnswerTable Tennis is the name of the sport played. That is why there isn't ping pong in the olympics. Ping Pong is a brand name that has since become interchangable with the word table tennis in the United States. There are ping pong tables which are used to play table tennis (the brand ping pong) and table tennis tables which are essentially the same thing.
The same size as a normal table. 5ft by 9ft and 2.5ft tall.
An olympic sized table tennis table is exactly the same size as a regular table tennis table - 9 feet (2.74m) long, 5 feet (1.525m) wide and 2 feet 6 inches (76cm) high and the net is 6 feet (1.83m) long and 6 inches (15.25 cm) high.
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.
The table is the same size as for any other tournament. The official rules of table tennis state that the table must be... 9 feet (2.74m) long, 5 feet (1.525m) wide and 2 feet 6 inches (76cm) high ... and the net is 6 feet (1.83m) long and 6 inches (15.25 cm) high.
A golf ball is heavier than a table tennis ball because it has a Higher density, the golf ball has no space inside of it while the table tennis ball has a large pocket of air.
The older 38 mm table tennis balls as of the year 2000 were officially substituted by 40 mm balls. This is now the standard. The international rules specify that the game is played with a light 2.7 gram, 40 mm diameter ball. At the same time, 2.67 to 2.77 grams is deemed acceptable. In the same way diameters of 39.5 mm to 40.50 mm may be used.
Yes it's just another word for it.
To win a point at table tennis you need to make the ball bounce on your opponents side of the table, without it having bounced on your side first. If your opponent cannot return the shot in the same manner, you win the point.
similar, but not the same, no. for example, when serving in table tennis, the ball must hit YOUR side of the table, bounce over the net and then hit your opponents side. in regular tennis, it just needs to hit your opponent's side. the rules that are the same include: the ball must not bounce more than once on your side of the net, or you lose that point you may not hit the ball more than once when it is on you side of the net (meaning, if you hit it into the air straight up, you may not then hit it again to try to get it over the net) serving is done behind the back line, and must be done from one quadrant of the court (or table) and needs to bounce on the quadrant kitty-corner from the serving quadrant.