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Table Tennis Review Prepared by: Ms. Pellegrino

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Answer the following questions correctly and you will ace the quiz!

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Each question is followed by the correct answer. Answer the question then check your answer to make sure it was the “correct” answer. See how you do!

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Question # 1 How many points must you score in order to win the game?

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Answer # 1 21

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Question # 2 How many points must you win by?

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Answer # 2 You must win by 2 points.

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Question # 3 How many games constitutes a match?

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Answer # 3 3 or 5 games constitutes a match.

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Question # 4 What do you and your opponent physically do at the END of each game?

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Answer # 4 At the end of each game you and your opponent switch ends of the table.

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Question # 5 Choice of ends and the right to serve is determined by...

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Answer # 5... a coin toss. If you win the toss you can either choose to serve or receive first. The loser of the coin toss has the choice of ends and vice versa. The winner of the toss may require the loser to choose first.

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Question # 6 The period when the ball is in play is termed a...

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Answer # 6 RALLY.

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Question # 7 The player who first strikes the ball in a rally is called the...

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Answer # 7 SERVER.

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Question # 8 The player who strikes the ball second is termed the...

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Answer # 8 RECEIVER.

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Question # 9 TRUE or FALSE When serving, the ball must be held in the palm of the free hand which must be cupped with ALL of your fingers tightly together.

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Answer # 9 FALSE Your free hand holding the ball must be held flat with your thumb free so that your opponent can see the ball at all times.

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Question # 10 When serving, the ball must be thrown __ ___ in the air.

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Answer # centimeters

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Question # 11 When serving, your free hand holding the ball must be behind...

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Answer # the edge of the table or an imaginary extension of the edge of the table.

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Question # 12 When serving, what is the correct path of the ball?

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Answer # 12 Throw, paddle, your side of the table, over the net, your opponent’s side of the table.

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Question # 13 When serving, you must serve in what direction?

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Answer # 13 Diagonally: Right side to left side.

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Question # 14 How many times must the ball hit the table before you may return it?

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Answer # 14 ONCE

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Question # 15 Can the ball bounce two times consecutively before hitting it over the net?

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Answer # 15 NO. The ball must hit the table at least one time, BUT no more than one time before returning the ball.

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Question # 16 Can you hit the ball two times consecutively?

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Answer # 16 NO.

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Question # 17 When playing table tennis, what is to be considered out of bounds?

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Answer # 17 Anything other than the table, the net, the net’s support, and the paddles. Examples: Your shirt, the wall, the ceiling, the floor, etc.

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Question # 18 What is a LET?

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Answer # 18 A LET is a rally from which no point is scored. If a let occurs, a redo of the serve takes place. Example: On the serve, the ball goes over the net but en route hits the net.

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HOW DID YOU DO? The Table Tennis/ Pickleball Quiz is to follow the Pickleball Unit a week from today.

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Pickleball Review

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The following is a QUESTION/ ANSWER Self-Quiz. Check Yourself! Table Tennis/ Pickleball Quiz TOMORROW!

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Question # 1 The game of pickleball is played to what score?

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Answer # 1 The game of pickleball is played to 11.

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Question # 2 How many points must you win by?

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Answer # 2 When playing pickleball, you must win by 2 points.

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Question # 3 What is a rally?

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Answer # 3 A rally is when you and your opponent get into a rhythm so that you are returning the ball back and forth consecutively.

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Question # 4 In pickleball, how do we determine the serving team?

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Answer # 4 In order to determine the serving team, players may toss a coin OR rally the ball until a fault is made. ** Winner of the toss or rally has the option of serving first or receiving first. **

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Question # 5 When serving in pickleball, describe what your stance should look like.

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Answer # 5 When serving in pickleball, your dominant foot should be behind the back yellow line and your non-dominant foot should be in front of the back yellow line.

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Question # 6 In carrying out the serve, what type of serve is permitted?

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Answer # 6 When serving, you are ONLY permitted to use the underhand serve.

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Question # 7 When serving in pickleball, do you volley the ball out of the air OR do you let it bounce first?

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Answer # 7 When serving in pickleball, you volley the ball out of the air.

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Question # 8 When serving in pickleball, you must aim for a certain area. In what direction do we serve in pickleball?

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Answer # 8 DIAGONALLY.

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Question # 9 When serving in pickleball, what area must you clear in order to be successful?

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Answer # 9 When serving, you must clear the NON-VOLLEY ZONE.

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Question # 10 What is a let?

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Answer # 10 A let in pickleball occurs when serving. You serve the ball over the net, it hits the net on its way over, but lands in the appropriate court. If a let occurs, the server is permitted to redo the serve.

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Question # 11 How many serving attempts are you allowed?

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Answer # 11 ONE, unless a “let” occurs.

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Question # 12 When do you lose your serve in pickleball?

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Answer # 12 You lose your serve when you commit a FAULT.

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Question # 13 What is considered to be a fault in pickleball?

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Answer # 13 Hitting the ball out of bounds... Not adhering to the double bounce rule… The ball does not clear the net… Hitting the ceiling or anything attached to the ceiling with the ball… Volleying the ball in the non-volley zone.

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Question # 14 What side does the serve always start on?

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Answer # 14 The serve ALWAYS starts on the RIGHT side of the pickleball court.

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Question # 15 Explain the serving rotation.

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Answer # 15 After YOU FAULT, YOU LOSE the serve. It is then your PARTNER’S turn to serve from their side of the court (left side). After your partner faults and loses the serve, the serve goes to the OPPONENT on the RIGHT side of their court. After they fault and lose the serve, the serve goes to THEIR PARTNER, etc., etc.

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Question # 16 DEFINE THE DOUBLE BOUNCE RULE.

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Answer # 16 After the serve, the receiving team must let the ball bounce before returning the ball. The serving team must then let the ball bounce before returning the ball. After 2 bounces, 1 on each side, you may either volley the ball or hit the ball off of the bounce.

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Question # 17 WHAT IS THE NON- VOLLEY ZONE?

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Answer # 17 There is a non-volley zone on both sides of the net. The non-volley zone is marked by the white inner line to the net on your side. In this zone, you are not allowed to volley the ball (hit the ball out of the air). If the ball lands in this zone, you must let the ball bounce before returning it over the net.

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Question # 18 In pickleball, can you score points when you are NOT serving?

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Answer # 18 NO, in pickleball you may not score points when you are not serving.

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Question # 19 Explain how you score points in pickleball.

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Answer # 19 If a fault is made by the receiving team, a point is scored by the serving team.

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Question # 20 If the ball lands on a line is it IN or OUT?

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Answer # 20 IF THE BALL LANDS ON A LINE THE BALL IS IN.

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HOW DID YOU DO? Continue on to the next slide. We are now going to compare and contrast the games of Table Tennis and Pickleball.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball Play to 21. Play to 11.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball score points on any serve. score points when YOUR team is serving.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball Change server after 5th serve. Allowed ONE fault then your partner serves. After your partner faults the serve goes to the other team.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball Must win by 2 points.

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Table Tennis v.Pickleball When playing both you must serve DIAGONALLY.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball In Table Tennis there is no non-volley zone.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball No double bounce rule Double bounce rule

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Table Tennis v.Pickleball A let is when the serve hits the net and lands in the appropriate court. Same as Table Tennis. Redo the serve.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball FAULTS ARE THE SAME FOR BOTH Ball goes out of bounds Not clearing the net Hitting the ceiling

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball Must stand behind table or imaginary extension of table on serve. Must have at least one foot behind yellow back line.

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Table Tennisv.Pickleball An effective strategy for both Table Tennis and Pickleball is hitting the ball close to the net without touching it. This gives your opponent minimal time to react and return the ball.

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