Table Tennis Tables

Elevation drawings with dimensions of a Table Tennis | Ping-Pong Table measuring length, height, and net height with players

Table tennis tables are regulated playing surfaces designed specifically for the game of table tennis (ping-pong). Table tennis tables measure 9’ | 2.74 m long by 5’ | 1.525 m in wide. The playing surface of a ping-pong table must be set at a height of 2.5’ | 76 cm and is equipped with a center net that is 6” | 15.25 cm high and stretches 6” | 15.25 cm beyond the width of the table.

Tables can be constructed out of a variety of materials ranging from common designs using plywood and/or particle-board to more exotic variants made of concrete, metal, plastic or fiber-glass. The materiality of a table tennis table is a matter of preference, but the bounce of the ball on the surface should be uniform at a height of 9.1” | 23 cm when dropped at a height of 11.8” | 30 cm.

How big is a ping pong table?
Ping pong tables have an overall length of 9’(274 cm) and a width of 5’ (152.5 cm).

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Length: 9’ | 2.74 m
Width: 5’ | 1.525 m
Height (Surface): 2.5’ | 76 cm
Height (Net): 6” | 15.25 cm
Net Width Overhang: 6” | 15.25 cm
Height (Bounce): 9.1” | 23 cm from 11.8” | 30 cm
Materials: Plywood, particle-board, concrete, metal, plastic, fiber-glass

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Table Tennis | Ping-Pong Table side elevation, side (players), front, front (players), plan

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Table tennis, also popularly called ping-pong, is a table sport where players use paddles (rackets) to hit a lightweight polymer ball over a central net. Played on a hard table surface, table tennis is a fast paced game that requires players to react quickly to their opponent(s).

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.095 oz | 2.7 g
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0.003
3320
https://p3d.in/e/LJdco
3D
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.85”-.91” | 21.8-23 mm
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https://p3d.in/e/b3gyH
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https://p3d.in/e/uQeQ9
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