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2 Table Tennis History Journal From the Editor Dear Friends, Welcome to issue 88 of the Table Tennis History Journal, for historians, writers, collectors, and all lovers of our sport. We begin with an astounding drum racket hand dated 1856, with an inscription of a rally of 10,000 strokes! This is before Table Tennis, from the shuttlecock game.
TABLE TENNIS BIOMECHANICS 1. HISTORY Today’s popular sport of table tennis has grown considerably since its birth late in the nineteenth century by the upper class in England. It began as a recreational activity and social diversion during the 1880’s when adherents of lawn tennis adapted their pastime to be played indoors during the winter season.
In this section documents about the history of table tennis are available: Historical Documents. Hall of Fame; History of ITTF Rankings (1926-1987, 1987-2000) History of Table Tennis in the Olympic Games; ITTF Management; ITTF Merit Awards; Past World Championships Results; Rules Evolution; Table Tennis Magazine; World Champions
Table Tennis News Archive. Here you will find a comprehensive archive of all the magazines produced by the English Table Tennis Association from 1935-2010. When the magazine first started in November 1935 it was called ‘Table Tennis’ until it was renamed ‘Table Tennis News’ in November 1966. It was discontinued in July 2010.
Coach-athlete relationship is a salient factor in table-tennis as it impacts players’ performance and well-being. The structure and set up in table tennis is often designed so the players and coaches are working together through many stages in the players’ career.
History. The game was invented in England in the early days of the 20th century and was originally called Ping-Pong, a trade name. The name table tennis was adopted in 1921–22 when the old Ping-Pong Association formed in 1902 was revived. The original association had broken up about 1905, though apparently the game continued to be played in parts of England outside London and by the 1920s was being played in many countries.
The aim is to examine the attention, concentration, and mental toughness characteristics of tennis, table tennis, and badminton athletes. A total of 61 athletes participated in the study, with a mean age of 21.18 ± 2.96, playing tennis, table tennis, and badminton. The Concentration Endurance Test (d2 attention test) developed by Brickenkamp ...