Each player has two serves.
Service alternates between opponents until one player scores 11 points, unless both players or pairs score 10 points (called deuce).
If both players reach 10 points, then service alternates after each point, until one player gains a two point lead.
When the rules of Table Tennis were changed in 2001 to make each game up to 11 points instead of 21 points, the number of serves that each player had was also changed.
Now, each player has two serves each, whereas in the old 21 point system, each player had five serves each.
Women dominate table tennis totally. Zhang Yining can beat any male player humiliatingly and she many times has.
There isn't a limit on lets in table tennis. There are also no penalties for lets in table tennis. A player can let as many times as he wants.
11000 times approx...
A player can double fault in tennis. A double fault occurs when a player does not successfully place the ball in the opposing square on a serve two consecutive times.
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The ball must be visible at ALL times, and it must be thrown up at least 6 inches, and it must go from one side diagonally to the other side.
The tennis ball needs to have a very good bounce so that the player can hit it most times it comes to them it also needs to be firm
A rally in table tennis is when you try to hit the ball to each other, keeping it in play. The amount of times you hit it is your score, and the higher the better. Hope that helps :D
No. It is called a let, where basically the serve does not count and the it is replayed, no matter how many times a let is called. However, the ball has to land in the service box. Otherwise, it is a fault. The only exception to this rule is in mens collegiate tennis, where the let serve is played as any other serve, as long as it lands in the service box.