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Could a game started with Champagne corks and box lids eventually bring world peace? The game commonly called 'ping pong' did ease international relations when, in 1971, the Chinese invited American ping pong players to tour their country. These players were the first Americans to enter China in over 20 years! Visit our Dazadi-Pedia guide for more table tennis history.

Truly an international game, the International Table Tennis Federation was founded in 1926, and currently includes 217 member associations. The most noted competitions are the World Table Tennis Championships, the Table Tennis World Cup and the Olympics, of which table tennis became an official sport in 1988.

Table tennis may seem like a simple game, however, there are many strategies players employ such as: the type of grip, offensive and defensive strokes, as well the type of spin player's use such as backspin, topspin, sidespin, and corkspin. The professional games have become so fast and competitive, in fact, the old 38mm ping pong balls were replaced with 40mm balls in 2000, to slow down the game and make it easier to watch on television.

Dazadi offers both indoor and outdoor tennis tables, as well as table tennis conversion tops so you can transform your billiard table into a quality ping pong table. Along with the tables, we also provide ping pong equipment such as ping pong balls, rackets, nets, blades, covers, table tennis robots, and other accessories. Whether you are a beginner or a professional ping pong player, Dazadi can provide you with all of your table tennis and ping pong needs.

Some fun facts regarding Table Tennis:

  • Table tennis was banned in the Soviet Union from 1930 to 1950. The Soviets believed table tennis to be harmful to the eyes.
  • A modern professional table tennis match lasts on the average about 30 minutes. Top players often smash the ball at speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour.
  • How many balls can two players hit back and forth in 60 seconds? The current record is 173 set by Jackie Bellinger and Lisa Lomas in 1993.
  • Table tennis is the most popular racquet sport in the world and ranked second overall in terms of participation. Over 10 million players compete in sanctioned tournaments each year.
  • Early table tennis paddles were normally made of cork, cardboard, or wood, and covered with cloth, leather or sandpaper.

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