The officials are all volunteers who give up their time to officiate at Table Tennis events.
There are currently around 150 International Referees, and each country will also have their own referees and umpires.
The top official is the Tournament Referee.
The role of a tournament referee differs widely from one Association to another and from one tournament to another.
For each match there is an umpire, whose primary duty is to decide the result of each rally.
The official color of table tennis table is green or blue.
duties of tournament referee in table tennis
The International Table Tennis Federation was formed in 1926 and they produced the first official rules of table tennis.
The official color is blue.
The official size of a regulation table tennis ball is 40mm 3 stars
The official height of a table tennis net is 15.25 cm(6.0 in). Which converts to 0.1525 metre.
table tennis is usually played indoors however you can buy outdoor table tennis tables. most if not all official table tennis matches are played indoors.
the forth offical is
there are several stages you have to go though to become a table tennis official. There are also tests that come with this so its a long process.
The official rules of table tennis state that the ball must be spherical, with a diameter of 40mm.
The official name for Ping Pong is Table Tennis.
In competition table tennis, there is no such thing as "rules of tournament referee". However, you can go to the usatt.org website and research official rules of table tennis.