The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over the shoulders of the blade

The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over

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The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over the shoulders of the blade, with the other fingers spread over the back. - Pen hold gripTrue or False: Table tennis can only be played indoors. - TrueWhich of the following statements is not true? - A good stance in serving the ball is that the shoulder of the non-racket hand is parallel to the net in the backhand position.A defensive stroke where the ball is struck with a downward and forward motion with a short chopping motion. - chop strokeThis refers to the single layer of cellular rubber in the paddle located underneath the rubber surface. - SpongeThe____is small, celluloid, spherical, white or orange in color, 40mm in diameter and 2.5g in weight. - ballTrue or False: Table tennis has been included as an event in local athletic sport meets.- TrueTable tennis is also known as - ping pongCorrect_____and footwork is needed in playing table tennis. - stanceTrue or False: Table tennis originated on December 1890. - FalseThe ball resting on the palm of the free hand is tossed upwards around six or more inches in height, letting it bounce on the table side of the server before passing by the net and bounce in the receiver's side of the table. - push shotThe______ shot is used rarely but effectively. It is a vicious forward and downward swing. - smashTrue or False: The ball used in table tennis is fragile but quite hard to break. - True
A good_______ is delivered by projecting the ball from the free hand and the projection starts from abovethe playing surface. - serviceThe______service is always from the right service court to the opponent's right service court. - firstThe ball is not in play anymore if it has been struck by either play at least once. - FalseSingles serve and receive in the_____service court. - rightDouble games are played up to________points. - 21If the serving team commits a fault, a____is served. - side-outScoring used in table tennis is called - rally pointMatches in table tennis can get up to what number? - 4In doubles, the receiving side may change depending on the serving team's score. - FalseIn table tennis, both players change ends once one reaches 15 points. - FalseIf the player's freehand touches the playing surface while in play, the point is awarded to the - opponentIf the player served when the opponent is not ready, it is considered a - let Which of the following is not considered a fault? Select one: - If in play, shuttle lands nearly on boundary lines and fails to go past the net or touches the ceiling or walls How many, at the most, are the sets in one match? - 3-5The ball is____from the moment it is projected from the hand in service. - in play Which Olympic host country was badminton presented as a demonstration sport? - GermanyWhen was the first Badminton association formed? - 1893Up to how many feathers does a standard shuttlecock have? - 16How many points must a player get to win a badminton game? - 21IBF is the - International Badminton FederationThe base of the shuttlecock must be: - 25mm to 28mmIn India, Badminton was known as - PoonaFloor surface of badminton courts are traditionally composed of - woodThe length of the table is__________ cm. - 274The net overhang is approximately_____cm - 15.25

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