Table tennis is an Olympic sport where two for four players hit a ball with paddles back and forth to each other on a table which is divided with a net. Players must allow a ball played towards them only one bounce on their side of the table and must return it so that it bounces on the opponent's side. It demands lightening fast reactions! The sport is played for fund and competitively across the world. There are opportunities to play in clubs, sports venues and youth centres across the country.
The basics of the game have not changed in essence over the years although the ITTF have always tried to ensure the game remains a contest of human skills rather than reliant on new technological developments.
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Get involved in Table Tennis
Table Tennis England
Table Tennis England aims to make table tennis the most popular and successful indoor sport in England.
English School Table Tennis Association
The ESTTA (English School Table Tennis Association) is set up to promote, encourage and improve the playing of table tennis in schools, and improve National School Team Championships and National Individual Championships.
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Thu, 23 Jun 2016 10:38
Anything but a Bat!
Date: Tuesday 28th June
Venue: Wahoo and The Glee Club on Hythe Bridge Street, Oxford.
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