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How is Table Tennis different from any other Racquet Sports?

Author: kevin James, Last Updated on: 30/05/2019Trust me “It’s very Different”. It is a unique sports with its own set of rules and challenges. In this article, I’ll be comparing Table Tennis (often referred to as Ping Pong) with other racquet sports based on court size, equipment and typical skill requirements. Table TennisVersus Other Racquet SportsThere is a […]

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Difference Between Ping Pong and Table Tennis

Author: Kevin James, Last Updated on: 30/05/2019What’s the difference between Ping Pong and Table Tennis?(Please don’t say they’re spelt differently.) Ping Pong and Table Tennis used to refer to the same sport but its not true anymore. No, I’m not trying to trick you. Let me simplify this for you. The name ping pong and table tennis have […]

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Top Reasons Why Ping Pong is Great for Your Kids

Author: Kevin James, Last Updated on: 29/05/2019Let’s face it. In today’s age of smartphone and social media, it is incredibly hard to persuade the kids to pick up a sport. Consider yourself lucky even to capture their attention at the dinner table, yet much less to convince them into signing up for a team sport. However, […]

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Stiga Advantage Table Tennis Table Review

Stiga Advantage Table Tennis Table ReviewExpert: Kevin James, Last Updated: 05/07/2019PointsReviewShort ReviewBest Table Tennis Table under $400 for Beginners/Recreational playersBest Price~$400 OnlineRecommended forRecreational/Beginners Players, Decent table for practicingProsRegulation Size, Durable, Quick setup, Sturdy frame, Self-Play, Easy spares availability Cons16mm thick table top produces just enough bounce, No complimentary paddles and ball, 90 days limited warrantyPPB Rating4.9/5 […]

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Top 5 Benefits of Playing Table Tennis

Author: Kevin James, Last Updated on: 30/05/2019Table Tennis (commonly known as Ping Pong) offers a number of unique benefits which not many indoor sports provide. In foosball, you need to hit the ball to the opponent’s goal, while in Snooker you need to put the ball in the pockets. Both the popular indoor sports don’t […]

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The History of Table Tennis

Author: Kevin James, Last Updated on: 30/05/2019200 years. Yes, that’s how long it took for Table Tennis to develop to its current form. From change of the name of the sport to its equipment and rules, it has had an eventful journey. The game also had to fight for its identity. Not many people took the […]

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