Try hitting a table tennis ball with your driver and see how far it goes, this should answer your question.
It counts as your point.
In tennis, a serve is when the player with the ball hits the ball into the opposite square from which they are standing in on the other side of the court. Example: Standing on the right side, you hit the ball in the square on the left side. In volleyball, a serve is when the ball goes over the net.
It would called as 'let' and server gets another chance to serve.
A let is when the person serving serves the ball and it clips the net and then goes in. the server gets to re-serve
To play tennis first you have to get the equipment. You will need 1 tennis racket, some tennis balls, and if you want someone to play with you. When the ball comes towards you then you hit it. To tell the score in the beginning you say set score is 0-0 game score love-love. Then you serve. If you that ball goes out then you you say second serve. THE END
Depends upon how much force is given when hit, kicked or thrown. The table tennis ball however has no mass to it at all, so it would travel the least distance no matter how much force was given at point of launch. A Golf ball can travel some 350 yards with the right angle and pro golfer.
a let ball is when your ball hits the net and still goes over (like, hits the very tip) on a serve. That is a let. If it doesn't go over it's just considered out. You can reserve, and if it's your first serve, it's still your first serve. Same with second.
By far table tennis. The ball goes over 110km/h and you are less than 3 meters away from each other.
If you hit the net and it goes over you go onto 2nd serve and if i doesn't go over u got to 2nd serve again