Until 2001 a Table Tennis game was played up to 21 points.
But in order to make the game more exciting, have more "crucial" points, and make it more appealing to television viewers, the rules of table tennis were changed.
A game of table tennis is now played up to 11 points.
The winner is the player or pair who first scores 11 points, unless both players or pairs score 10 points (called deuce). Then a game will be won by the first player or pair to gain a two point lead.
A match is the best of an odd number of games - usually 3, 5 or 7 games.
The player has to score 6 points to win
10 points as a maximum
You play to 11 points in Table Tennis. You must win by 2 points, so it is possible to go beyond 11.
In the Olympics, the match is a best 4 of 7 games.
Regular match (2 sets): 48 points. Grand Slam (3 sets): 72 points.
there are 12 rules in table tennis
You will gain 2000 points if you win one of the four majors.
25 points are in a match.