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Rally pointScoring used in table tennis is calledFalseTable tennis originated on December 1890.ballThe ____ is small, celluloid, spherical, white or orange in color, 40mm in diameter and 2.5g in weight.light in texture, stretched across the center of the table and attached to the outside by vertical standardsWhich of the following describes the net of a table tennis table?letIf the player served when the opponent is not ready, it is considered a Answer. (table tennis)deuceWhen the points reach 40-40, it is called a Answer. (tennis)2 consecutive points (false)At a game where both players reach 40 points each, one player must win at least one point over the other to win. (tennis)FalseTennis was used to be played by using the palm of the hand.6How many games are there in one set? (tennis)loveA score that means zero. (tennis)trueThe game is won if one of the player gets four points. (tennis)one-handed backhandThe backswing in the Answer technique starts from the ready position, with the feet facing the net. The player steps forward using the right foot and meet the ball early for the backhand execution. (tennis)match pointReaching 40 points is also called Answer. (tennis)
trueThe server's score is always first. (tennis)backhandThe Answerstroke is used in baseline rallies. (tennis)36In a doubles game, the tennis court is Answerfeet wide.bright yellowThe tennis ball is Answerin color.27The tennis court for a singles game must be Answerfeet wide.trueIn a doubles game of tennis, all players may have the chance to serve the ball.eastern gripThe Answerallows extremely wide reach and maximum power with minimum effort. (tennis)30Two points in tennis is equal toalwaysOccasionally move your body forward with a swing as it will direct the flight of the ball. (tennis)hip level backAt the event of a forehand stroke, the racket head must be at Answerto point opposite the right hip. (tennis)Lobrefers to the move of hitting the ball in a high arc. (tennis)parallelIn a doubles game, the players must maintain their Answerpositions. (tennis)very lightBalls with worn-off fuzz becomes Answer that will eventually affect its flight and the player's control on it. (tennis)WimbledonThe most prestigious tennis tournament is the Answer in England.