May 11, 2016 A serve can go straight off the table or from the sides of the table on the receiver side. Receiver must return the serve after one bounce, or else receiver looses the point. There is no limit to the number of net (let) serves. There is no second serve in case of fault in Table Tennis (unlike Tennis).I wanna ask something that's about faults. when i play with my fiends, he said that all of my body must not touch the table event the Shirt, bat (no matter it's loud or not when the bat touched the table), and everything. and also when serve, the foot must not pound the ground. table tennis service faults
Sep 02, 2009 If the first serve hit the net and still landed in the service box then its called a let and you still have two serves left (basically a do over), if the first serve hit the net and did not go into the service box then it counts as a fault and since your second serve was a fault as well it is a double fault and your opponent gets the point.
Fault: A fault in table tennis is the failure of the server to make a good service according to the Laws of Table Tennis. Block: A defensive play in the game that is used to combat loops and smashes in order to keep the pingpong ball on the table. Closed: This occurs when a player strikes the top of the ball with a specific angle of the racquet. How to Recognize a Service Fault in Table Tennis. 1. Realize that in a proper serve, the ball must be struck behind the baseline of the table and in front of the server.table tennis service faults