The Official Laws of Table Tennis refer to the table tennis racket, although it's also called a bat or a paddle by some people. They also state that a table tennis racket may be of any size, shape or weight, but that the blade must be flat and rigid.
The first table tennis bat was made in England in 1890.
Table tennis rackets are used to hit the ball back and forth.
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.
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.
To play the table tennis game we require table tennis table, tt bat, tt ball and net with net stand.
A bat - or paddle.
The paddle can be any size or weight, just make sure that the blade is flat and rigid.
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Table tennis ball should weigh 2.7g
So far as I know, there is no limit to the circumference of a table tennis bat. People might be tempted to think that if there is no limit, larger, the better. But that is not true because a larger bat can cause your game to slow down.