The new table tennis rules of the ITTF (Part 3)

The new table tennis rules of the ITTF (Part 3)

The pitcher bounces vertically, shall not create a vortex, allow the ball to rise at least 16cm after the ball leaves the non-grip palm and then falls without touching anything first. when hit.

When the ball falls on the server, the ball will be hit so that the ball touches the side of the table first and then it bounces over the net or around parts of the net, directly touching the side of the table. serve the ball. In doubles, the ball must be delivered across the table.

Both the ball and the racket must be above the table from the last point at which the ball was placed before it was thrown and struck.

When the ball is to play, the ball must be behind the bottom line of the table but not farther behind the server’s body, except for the hands, head or feet which are furthest away from the end line of the table.

It is the responsibility of the server to make the referee or his assistant realize that he has complied with the requirements for a good serve.

In unusual cases, the umpire may relax the requirements for a good serve when before the game is informed that the service is restricted due to the player’s disability.

4. Rule of service

According to table tennis rules, serve exchanges occur every 2 points until one side wins with a 2 point difference. If the game score reaches 10-10, the serve will be changed after each point.

The game will end after 1 party reaches 11 points and the player must win with at least 2 points difference. If the score is 11 but the difference is only 1 point, then continue to play until the difference is 2 points.

The rules of service for doubles have also changed serving between players on the same side. Specifically, an A1 of Team A is served two times and then changes the right to serve the opponent, after the B1 of Team B serves two times the serve shall belong to A2 of the A team. just swap like that until there’s a winner.