The timekeeper is required to monitor the duration of practice, of play in a game, of intervals between games and of any authorised suspension of play, and his decision is final on the time that has elapsed.
This may be the umpire, the assistant umpire or another official.
the time keeper
Women in the Anglo-Saxon time period had 2 main roles. 1. Keeper of the Home 2. Keeper of the children
the time keeper is to tell the time which is need in each halves, quaters and extra time. they have to tell the umpire all about this, its an important job. hope i helped, lee.
The first Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships were in Singapore in 1971, but the first time that table tennis was included in the Commonwealth Games was in 2002 in Manchester, England.
To keep the time accurately and make sure that no extra time is allocated to either team.
there are never any age restrictions in table tennis, usually once you are able to see above the table. that would be the perfect time to start
Only if the racket is in your hand at the time and...it strikes your hand below the wrist.Refer to usatt.org and follow the links to rules.Need table tennis equipment, check out America's first 'table tennis and more' retail store.bumpernets.com.
once at time
Table Tennis originated as a sport in Britain during the 1880s, where it was played among the upper class as an after dinner game. Therefore the balls would have been invented around the same time. James Gibb was the first person to use celluloid balls in 1901.
longer than 5 hours!
Yes... each time the ball hits the net, on serve, and hits the other side, it is a let.
This can be time keeper or zoo keeper