Simply so, what is the world record for ping pong rally?
A new record for the longest ever table tennis rally has been set by a father and son who played for an incredible eight hours and 40 minutes. Peter and Daniel Ives continuously hit the ball 32,000 times, without even stopping for a toilet break, during the challenge on Sunday at Plumstead Radical Club in London.
Similarly one may ask, what is a ping pong rally?
The time during which the ball is in play. The two players will continue to alternate hits until a point is scored. There is no time limit on how long a rally can last, but as soon as the ball goes out of play or hits the net, the rally comes to an end.
How fast does a pro hit a ping pong ball?
Table-tennis ball speeds can reach 60-70 mph at highest due to the light weight of ball and air resistance but has a higher frequency of hits in the rallies due to the closer proximity of the players.
Table Tennis – 9000 RPM.
The official Guinness World Record for the Longest Tennis Rally was set Aug 9-10, 2008 by identical twin brothers Ettore and Angelo A. Rossetti, which took over 14 hours and 31 minutes to tally 25,944 total strokes. This is certified by video, eye witnesses and a Guinness World Record official adjudicator.
11 hr 50 min 36 sec
Rally lengths of 0-4 shots are the most common, on average, and occur about 70% of the time (on both the male and female circuits). Rally lengths between 5-8 shots occur about 20% of the time and the remaining 9 and up rally lengths occur about 10% of the time.
On average, best-of-3 tennis matches last about 90 minutes, while best-of-5 matches last 2 hours and 45 minutes. The fastest professional tennis matches ever lasted about 20 minutes, while the longest match ever extended for a historic 11 hours and 5 minutes.