A rally in Table Tennis is when you try to hit the ball to each other, keeping it in play. The amount of times you hit it is your score, and the higher the better.
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A let is when a point is not scored during a rally because that rally was stopped before it was completed.
A table tennis rally is the same as a rally in any other racket sport. A rally is a series of "passes" between the players, with players hitting legal shots in turn.
When the players keep hitting the ball to each other, without missing the ball. The rally stops when someone misses it :)
I think it's called a rally
Ping pong is another name for table tennis. It was called ping pong and table tennis while the sport was still being developed, the name ping pong came from the sound of a rally. Table tennis is the official name of the sport. In chinese, the name for table tennis is ping pang, or 乒乓. The characters look like a table on purpose.
For each match there is an umpire, whose primary duty is to decide the result of each rally.
A rally in tennis is a sequence of shots within a point.A rally starts with serve and return of the serve, and a sequence of shots until the point is won by one of the players.
table tennis is played on a 15x6 table and meany different rules to tennis
The equipment that was (and still is) used in table tennis are a table tennis paddle/racket/bat, a table tennis table, a table tennis ball, clips to hold the net above the middle of the table, and a net.
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Err a table tennis table