The official name for Ping Pong is Table Tennis.
Table tennis has been called ... Whiff Whaff Gossima Ping Pong The official name is table tennis. The name Ping Pong is now a USA trademark.
There is no difference between table tennis and ping pong. Table tennis and ping pong are just different names for the same sport.Table tennis is the official name for the sport, but when it was first invented it's popular name was ping pong. This is due to the sound the objects they used for bats would make.AnswerTable Tennis is the name of the sport played. That is why there isn't ping pong in the olympics. Ping Pong is a brand name that has since become interchangable with the word table tennis in the United States. There are ping pong tables which are used to play table tennis (the brand ping pong) and table tennis tables which are essentially the same thing.
Another name for ping pong is table tennis.
Yes - ping-pong is an alternative name for table tennis.
The scientific name for a Ping Pong Tree Sponge is Chondrocladia lampadiglobus.
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.
The first video game ever made was PONG! Pong was a revolutionary 2D version of tennis/ping pong, hence the name, PONG, from ping PONG.
Among the only songs "about Ping Pong" are a 2007 Enrique Iglesias song called "Do You Know (The Ping Pong Song)." While not referring directly to the jargon of the game, the track has a sample of a ping pong ball bouncing in a steady rhythm throughout. The Raffi song "Bananaphone" also has a lyric "Ping-pong ping-pong, ping-pong, ping."