It counts as your point.
In table tennis, you score if one of 5 things happens. 1. Your opponent hits the ball out (off the table). 2. Your opponent does not hit the ball over the net. 3. Your opponent hits the ball before it bounces. 4. Your opponent does not hit the ball if it bounces twice. 5. Your opponent does not serve the right way after 2 tries.
Net ball is called "Let" in table tennis. A Let occurs when a served ball hits the net and lands on the opponents side of the table. There is no penalty, the server just serves again.
To get a point in table you either have to hit the ball in and the other opponent doesn't hit it or the other person hits it and without the ball bouncing on the table, the ball doesn't hit the table.Hope this helped!Enjoy your played-correctly table tennis!
In that case, the point is rewarded to the person that hit the ball.
Yes... each time the ball hits the net, on serve, and hits the other side, it is a let.
No, it is not in play. That is called a "Let Ball", the server does not receive a penalty and reserves.
If the ball has already passed over the playing surface and it's obviously not going to hit the table, it doesn't matter. The player who is hit still wins the point. But if a player hits/volleys/touches the ball whilst it's still travelling over or towards the playing surface he would lose the point.
If the ball hits any part of the line it's in
When the ball hits the tennis racket, topspin (preffered stroke of tennis) makes the ball spin. The upward motion of the racket hitting the tennis ball.
The ball is still in play as if it hit the net but went on the other side.