Although table tennis (or ping-pong) has been made popular by the Chinese, it is actually a British invention. It is played around the world and is now an Olympic sport.
A fast game with small bats played across a nine foot table, the ball moves at an incredible pace. Players need to have very quick reflexes and strong and flexible leg muscles to move quickly over short distances.
The English Table Tennis Association (ETTA) is the governing body responsible for representing, coordinating, administering, regulating, promoting, marketing and developing the sport in England.