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To play ping-pong, you need a net, two paddles, and a ball. Players stand on opposite sides of the net and hit the ball back and forth. You can score a point by hitting the ball onto the opponent's side of the table and your opponent is unable to return the ball. The first to score 11 points wins the game.
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To hold your paddle correctly, start by gripping the handle with your dominant hand, and then wrap your other hand around the top of the paddle for additional control. Make sure your thumb is pressing against the bottom of the handle and your index finger is pointing along the edge of the paddle. Keep your grip relaxed, but don’t be too loose. Your grip should be secure without squeezing the handle too tightly.
A regulation ping-pong table is 2.74 meters (9 feet) long and 1.525 meters (5 feet) wide. It stands 76 centimeters (2.5 feet) tall.
Ping-pong is a sport that requires agility, precision, and good hand-eye coordination. It is a popular recreational activity, as well as a competitive Olympic sport, and is often played in tournaments around the world.
To hit a ping-pong ball, hold the paddle in your dominant hand and position your arm and paddle so that your paddle is parallel to the table. Place the ball on the paddle and swing the paddle forward, striking the ball with a flat surface. Aim for the opposite side of the table and follow through with your swing.
The game of ping pong, also known as table tennis, was invented by British sportsman David Foster in 1890
In ping-pong, the players or teams keep score by counting the number of points won. A match consists of either the best of three or five games. In each game, the first player or team to score 11 points wins that game, however, a game must be won by at least a two-point margin. The first player or team to win two out of three or three out of five games wins the match.
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