If you hit the ball in a rally or on a serve and it bounces back over the net after hitting your opponent’s side of the table (due to extreme spin), without your opponent touching it, that is your point. 10. touching the ball with your paddle hand is allowed.
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The winner can: elect to serve first or. make his opponent serve first or. decide which end of the table he prefers to play at first. If the winner chooses a particular end of the table, his opponent then has the choice of whether to serve first or to make his opponent serve first.
Deuce in table tennis A match in ping pong is played until one of two players (two teams) scores 11 points or if there is a 2-point lead after a deuce appears (both score 10 points). The sport used to continue until 21 points, but it was moderated by the ITTF in 2001.
Hi Roderich, When the score reaches 10 all you have one serve each until one player gets two points ahead. For this and other rules you can also take a look at our Free Downloads page and see the Table Tennis Rules (PDF).
When both contenders are at the penultimate point at the same time, the situation is called a deuce. A game of table tennis (singles and doubles) is played primarily for 11 points, so the deuce is a 10-10. Winner must have a two-point lead.
Each player gets 2 serves, and it alternates until one of the players scores 11 points, unless there is a deuce (10:10). In that case, each player gets only one serve and it alternates until one of the players gets a two point lead.
Service is perhaps the most important aspect of table tennis. And there are a lot of rules governing it. Some of the most important is that: The ball must be set forth at least 16cm up (Rule 2.6.2) The ball must be set forth at least 16cm up with a flat hand, above and behind the baseline (rear edge of the table).
Definition: In table tennis, deuce is a common way to describe the situation where both players have reached at least 10 points each, and the scores are level, so that both players will be serving one serve each. Scores such as 10-all, 11-all, 12-all, etc, can all be called deuce points.