The upper surface of a table tennis table which lies in a horizontal plane 76cm (2ft 6in) above the floor. Point: A unit of scoring in table tennis. A rally where the result is scored. Push: A backspin shot usually executed over the playing surface. ^ Top of page ^ R Racket: The equipment used to hit the ball.
LOB: A shot played far from the table where most of the shot returns are high in the air with generally 6 ft. above the table with no upper bar. DEAD: A ball without any spin. DEEP: A ball that lands deep on the table. A serve that will not bounce twice on the opponent's side of the table if given the chance is also considered deep.
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Sidespin - a type of spin where, if struck with a normal racket position, the ball would travel either to the right or left without landing on the table; Skunk - an informal rule in table tennis that says that a player wins a game at a score of 7-0 or 11-1
This is a list of common table tennis and ping pong terms, lingo and jargon. # A. B. Backspin Blade. C. Chop Block. D. E. Expedite Rule. F. Forehand Flip. G. H. High-Toss Serve. I. J. K. L. Loop. M. N. O. P. Penhold Grip. Q. R. S. Sidespin Smash. T. Topspin. U. V. W. X. Y. Z.
A ball without any spin. Deep. A ball that lands deep on the table. A serve that will not bounce twice on the opponent's side of the table if given the chance is also considered deep. Down the line. A ball that is hit along the side of the table, parallel to the sidelines, is hit down the line. Drive.
Many terms are used in a table tennis game to describe points, fouls, etc. A list of some of the frequently used terms is given below. Heavy − Used to describe a strong spin. Blade − Wooden part of the racquet. Anti-spin − A defense spin used to confuse the opponent or even as a reaction to one strong spin.
This is a list of common tennis lingo and jargon terms. A. Ace Ad Court Advantage Approach Shot. B. Backhand Bagel Break Point Buggy Whip. C. Centre Mark. D. Deep Shot Deuce Court Doubles Dink. E. F. Fault Foot Fault Forehand. G. Grand Slam Groundstroke. H. I. Inside Out Forehand. J. Jamming. K. L. Let Love. M. Match Point Mishit. N. O. P. Passing Shot. Q. R. Receiver Reflex Volley Return Ace. S. Scratch
Table tennis racket Also known as a paddle or bat, is used by table tennis players. The table tennis racket is usually made from laminated wood covered with rubber on one or two sides depending on the player's grip. The USA generally uses the term "paddle" while Europeans and Asians use the term "bat" and the official ITTF term is "racket".