a. Why is it important to observe ethics and etiquettes in playing table tennis or any sports?
b. Give at least 5 examples.
Table Tennis has a set of customary social manners and rules that players should follow which makes playing the game fun and enjoyable for everyone involved in practice games, Pennants, Team matches and tournaments. The players are expected to conduct themselves on the court in a sportsman-like way and respect their opponents and Umpires. Following this etiquette will ensure your matches go over smoothly without conflict.
Nets and Edges
It is customary to lift your index finger as an apology when you win a point due to an accidental net or edge shot. Since the point wasn’t won due to skill, but rather luck, this is a suggested motion.
Spectators should not clap lucky points.
Celebrating these lucky points will anger a lot of players.
Many players, including professionals, will shout in celebration. “Cho” is the most common word of celebration. While celebration is good, excessive (and excessively loud) celebration is often considered rude and distracting. Loud celebration at a tournament can be a major distraction to players in the court next to you.
Celebrating excessively your opponent’s faults on serve is not acceptable. There is always debate around exactly how much celebrating is acceptable.
Obey the Rules
There’s nothing more frustrating than an opponent having an advantage over you gained by breaking the rules. Here are the most commonly broken rules.
The rule most often broken is when the player fails to toss the ball high enough before striking it. Simply dropping the ball or hitting it out of your hand is not acceptable and creates an unfair advantage by making it easier to generate more spin.
The Serve shall start with the ball resting freely on the OPEN palm of the server’s STATIONARY freehand (ITTF rule 2.06.01).
From the start of service until it is struck, the ball shall be above the level of the playing surface and behind the server’s end line, and it shall not be hidden from the receiver by the server or his or her doubles partner or by anything they wear or carry.
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