Hits the ball twice in succession (i.e. a double hit) Puts his non-playing hand on the table or net or moves the table. Obstructs the ball with any part of his body or clothing (unless it’s obviously not going to bounce on his side of the table) Hits the ball out of turn when playing doubles.
Also, what are the attacking shots in table tennis?
The four basic table tennis shots: Forehand Drive. Backhand Drive. Forehand Push.
Herein, is there a fault serve in table tennis?
If you serve from the side of the table, it’s an illegal serve. I’ve seen that Jun Mizutani was called “fault serve” when he served at the side of the table. If you serve when the ball is inside the playing surface (the table’s surface), it’s illegal!
Can you touch the table in table tennis?
you may not touch the table with your non-paddle hand. You may touch the ball or the table with your paddle hand (after reaching in to return a short serve, for example), or other parts of your body. NOTE: If the table moves at all from your touching it during a rally, that is your opponent’s point.
In table tennis, games are played to 11 points. This means that the first person to reach 11 points wins, except in the case of a 10-10 tie. In this circumstance, one person will have to win two consecutive rallies in order to win the game.
by courtesy of the ITTF. To play this stroke, stand close to the table and take a stance facing the line of play. Using a short stroke, your racket arm should move from the elbow in a horizontal plane whilst your free arm should point towards the ball to assist with your balance.
Although the International Table Tennis Federation has no restrictions on how you should handle your racket, two styles of grips have emerged over the years as the most optimal for playing. They are the Shakehand Grip and the Penhold Grip.
The ball must first bounce on your side and then in your opponents. Your opponent must allow the ball to hit their side of the table before trying to return this. The ball must pass cleanly over the net – if it ‘clips’ the net and goes over, it is a ‘let’ and the serve is retaken.
The ball must rest on an open hand palm. Then it must be tossed up at least 6 inches and struck so the ball first bounces on the server’s side and then the opponent’s side. If the serve is legal except that it touches the net, it is called a let serve. Let serves are not scored and are reserved.