Table Tennis does not have a line judge.
It has an umpire and assistant umpire.
Where an umpire is officiating alone, his is the final decision on all questions of fact that arise during a match, including decisions on all edge balls and on all aspects of service.
Where there is an assistant umpire, he is solely responsible for decisions on edge balls at the side of the table nearest to him, and he has the same power as the umpire to decide the legality of a player's service action, whether a player obstructs the ball and some of the conditions for a let
The penelty by state rule is. That by ruling of an Ohio certified judge. Any person who may commit a class 3 felony can get 2-10 years in prison
If you want to keep your friend, I would suggest NEVER playing this card. It is considered an unwritten guy rule, if you cross this line, your friendship will be destroyed. Find your own fish to fry, or you'll fry yourself.
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Not ALL of us. ;-)
In Singles and doubles if the ball hits the line then its in, that rule even applies if the ball just touched the line its still in.
Uh they can over-rule calls, and make calls depending on what they see . They also call out the score.
The official table tennis rules are a comprehensive set of rules and regulations which are designed to cover any eventuality which may arise during a game. These rules are reviewed annually by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). There are far too many to list them all here.
Yes and no. Will the Judge rule solely on child's choice? No. Can the Judge rule after talking to the child in child's favor? Yes. bottom line is Judge rules in what is child's "Best Interest"
Yes. Rule 2.05.07 states that... "A player strikes the ball if he touches it in play with his racket, held in the hand, or with his racket hand below the wrist." This means that all of the following are legal and will constitute a good return. You can hit the ball with ... * the rubber on your table tennis racket, or * the edge of your table tennis racket, or * the handle of your table tennis racket, or * any part of your racket hand below the wrist, including the fingers of your racket hand
green and orange
yellow or white
This is an ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) rule adopted several years ago so an opponent can see which rubber side is being used to strike the ball. Because of the different types of rubber that can do different things to the ball is the main reason for the rule. Reb and black were chosen to make it more uniform was another main reason for the color choice.
It depends on many factors. However the expedite rule will come into effect after 10 minutes, unless 18 points have been scored.
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Table tennis does not have a line judge. The top official is the Tournament Referee. The role of a tournament referee differs widely from one Association to another and from one tournament to another. At one extreme he or she is involved in every part of the organisation, from drafting the entry form to arranging the finals. At the other extreme, the referee appears only on the day of the tournament solely to decide any question of rule interpretation. For each match there is an umpire, whose primary duty is to decide the result of each rally. He is also required to exercise judgment in applying some laws and regulations, such as deciding whether a rally should be a let because a player's service or return may have been affected by circumstances outside the player's control, or whether a player's behaviour is acceptable. An assistant umpire is solely responsible for decisions on edge balls at the side of the table nearest to him, and he has the same power as the umpire to decide the legality of a player's service action, whether a player obstructs the ball and some of the conditions for a let.
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