Actually not really. We still call it table tennis, if I render from Chinese into English we call it "Table ball"
A bat - or paddle.
The rules of table tennis refer to a racket. Therefore, racket is the official name, although some people call it a bat or a paddle.
tennis is the low-cut sport trainers, which used to be white, used by tennis players.
Over the years the most common term used to describe where you play table tennis is "parlor". However, most players who compete regurally go to "a club".
The Official Laws of Table Tennis refer to it as a table tennis racket. However in different parts of the world some people call it a bat and some call it a paddle. The correct, official name, is a racket.
To keep score, call faults, and overall just monitor the game
One of the original names for table tennis was ping pong. Ping Pong was then registered as a trademark by the sports company John Jaques & Son in England. Parker Brothers in the USA also bought the rights from Jaques to use the name ping pong in the USA only. So the name of the game was changed to table tennis. The official name today is table tennis. Ping Pong is still a trademark and is a brand of equipment in the USA which is used to play the sport of table tennis.
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Football or as they call it in the U.S, soccer. They also play tennis, badminton, swimming, table tennis, rugby, cricket, baseball, running and cycling.
"Line Umpires" watch the lines or boundaries of the tennis court. They decide whether the ball lands in or out. However in a final arguement, the Chair Umpire has the final call.