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Select one:a. light in texture and attached to the inside by vertical standardsb. rough in texture, stretched across the center of the table and attached to the outside by vertical standardsc. rough in texture, stretched across the table and attached to the outside by vertical standardsd. light in texture, stretched across the center of the table and attached to the outside by vertical standardsTrue or False: Hungary and Czechoslovakia are some of the countries that dominated the table tennis international competitions.Answer: TrueThehandshakegrip is done by gripping the short handle of the racket very closely to the blade, wherein the forefinger is positioned behind the blade for support.
True or False: Table tennis can only be played indoors.Answer: FalseShort Quiz 003The ball resting on the palm of the free hand and toss it around six or more inches in height, letting it bounce on the table sideof the server before passing by the net and bounce in the receiver's side of the table.Select one:a. top spin serveb. drop shotc. chop stroked. push shote. smash shotTrueThe ball used in table tennis is fragile but quite hard to break.Table tennis is also known as ping pongThe is small, celluloid, spherical, white or orange in color, 40mm in diameter and 2.5g in weight.A defensive stroke where the ball is struck with a downward and forward motion with a short chopping motion.Select one:ball
a. chop strokeb. drop shotc. top spin served. push shote. smash shotThis refers to the single layer of cellular rubber in the paddle located underneath the rubber surface.Answer: True or False: Table tennis has been included as an event in local athletic sport meets.Answer: Correctand footwork is needed in playing table tennis.Theshot is used rarely but effectively. It is a vicious forward and downward swing.True or False: Table tennis originated on December 1890.Answer: spongetruestancesmashfalse
Assignment 004Singles serve and receive in theservice court.A goodis delivered by projecting the ball from the free hand and the projection starts from above the playing surface.Theservice is always from the right service court to the opponent's right service court.Double games are played up topoints.The ball is not in play anymore if it has been struck by either play at least once.