Table tennis false shuttlecock an outer bird is light

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The penhold grip is executed by grasping the racket as if to shake hands with it. (table tennis) False - shuttlecock An outer bird is light in weight and is a sphere of cork covered with white hide. (badminton) true At the start of a new game, the player who serves first in the previous game becomes the receiver. (table tennis) true Table tennis is also known as pingpong. backhand stroke The stroke used in returning the bird from the left side of the body. (badminton) False - free hand The server serves the ball with open palm. (table tennis) fault Any infraction of the rules resulting in loss of the serve or the point. (table tennis) False - one A single game is played by two players in each court. true A game of badminton is won by the player who first scores 21 points. losses A player gains a point if he fails to make a good return. False - parallel All shots are played with the body at right angle to the net. (tennis) true The ball should bounce first on the server's court after service. (table tennis) 2.74 m x 1.52 cm The measurement of the playing table of table tennis. short A ball bouncing near the net. forehand stroke The stroke used in returning the bird from right side of the body. (badminton) rally An entire play from service until ball is dead. (tennis) True
Half volley is a main offensive stroke. (table tennis) False - umpire The linesman announces the score of the players. (badminton) let A rally which is not scored and being replayed. (tennis) True The table tennis ball is made of celluloid and is white in color. volley An illegal action wherein the player hits the ball before it bounces. (table tennis) False - 1926 The International Table Tennis Federation was established in 1936. False - backhand In executing forehand strokes, the left foot and left shoulder should approximately towards the table. (badminton) True A drive serve is made by a quick flip of wrist and bird travels in a direct line to the desired spot. (badminton)

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