Table Tennis Coloring Pages

Table tennis, also known as ping pong, is a popular sports game that takes place on a table divided into two halves by a net. Players use a racquet to bounce a ball on their side of the table, trying to score a point by placing it in their opponent's box.

High serve

high serve in tennis coloring book
The high serve made by the player in this painting is not a good play, because the opponent or the opponent's opponent can make a shear from such a high flying ball....

Racquets for playing

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Two pallets and a ball called ping-pong are essential items for playing table tennis. Of course, in addition to this we still need to have a place to play that is...

Dueling female athletes

table tennis match coloring book
A women's table tennis match is just being played in one of the large school halls. It is a school tournament in which this time the participants are...

School Ping Pong Competition

School Ping Pong competition coloring book to print
Who has not yet learned to play ping pong must necessarily try it. This is a very interesting game in which the participation can be two or ...

Table tennis tournament

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A table tennis tournament is an event that is sure to be remembered for a long time by each of the boys in the picture. They compete for valuable points, which...

Table tennis drawing

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Two boys facing each other on either side of a table tennis table are playing ping pong. Each is focused and each cares...


Table tennis for kids coloring book

table tennis for kids coloring book to print
A girl and a boy are playing a game popular around the world called ping pong or table tennis. Perhaps the game is played with relaxed rules and...

Ping pong table

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The picture you have to color shows a room where a ping pong table has been placed. I'm sure you've seen one before, or even colored one yourself.

A game of ping pong

ping pong match coloring book to print
The tournament that the girl plays against the boy is a ping pong tournament. It is a popular game that requires precision and attention. The players must be in constant focus....

Pallet and tennis ball

palette and tennis ball coloring book to print
The picture shows a pallet, otherwise known as a racket, and a tennis ball. Tennis is a complex game in which the entire game is played on a special tennis court....

Ping pong game

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Ping pong is a game that requires dynamic movements and energy. Everything happens fast there and the ball must be kept in sight at all times, which can ...

Table tennis match

table tennis match coloring book to print
Table tennis is a sport otherwise known as ping pong. In the picture a girl is bouncing a ball with a racket towards a boy, who is already prepared to make a move....

Ping Pong match

ping pong match coloring book to print
In the picture we see two female participants in a game of ping pong. They are dressed in distinctive game attire. The game table is designed so that each...

Woman plays ping pong

woman playing ping pong coloring book to print
Take your favorite crayons and color a woman playing ping pong. The game takes place on a special table, on which you bounce a small ball for...


  1. History: Table tennis has its roots in 19th century Britain. Initially it was a pastime for British officers, who played it on billiard tables. Over time, the game gained popularity and began to be played around the world.
  2. Equipment: To play table tennis, you need rackets and a ball. The racquets have a wooden or composite construction, and their surfaces are covered with rubber, which has different properties. The ball is made of celluloid or other synthetic material.
  3. Rules: The game consists in bouncing the ball from the racket to the table in such a way that the opponent is not able to bounce it correctly. Points are scored when the opponent makes a mistake (e.g. fails to bounce the ball to his side of the table). The match is usually played until a certain number of points or rounds are scored.
  4. Different styles of play: There are different styles of table tennis, including offensive, defensive and balanced. Players may prefer fast and aggressive strokes or a more controlled style.
  5. Speed and reflexes: Table tennis is a sport that requires speed, agility and excellent reaction skills. Players must be able to react quickly to their opponent's movements and adjust their strokes.
  6. International tournaments: Table tennis has been an Olympic discipline since 1988. In addition to the Olympic Games, there are other major international tournaments such as the World Table Tennis Championships.
  7. Game categories: Table tennis can be played in singles (one-on-one) or doubles (two people per team). There are also mixed competitions, in which a team consists of a player and a player-player.
  8. Tactics and strategy: The game of table tennis requires tactics and strategy. Players try to control the pace of the game, change the rotation of the ball and exploit the advantages of their strengths.
  9. Training and fitness: Professional table tennis players need to be in good physical condition, as the game requires quick movement around the table and endurance during longer matches.
  10. Popularity and recreation: Table tennis is popular both as a professional sport and as a form of recreation. It can be played both indoors and outdoors, making it accessible to people of all ages and abilities.


  1. Unusual ball speed records: In professional table tennis matches, ball speeds can reach up to 160 km/h. However, in some cases, players reach even higher speeds.
  2. The origins of the rubber surface of rockets: The invention of the rubber surface of racquets in the 1950s changed the dynamics of the game. This made it possible to generate more rotation and ball speed.
  3. A variation of the game of nullity: In 1936, a table tennis match in India lasted as long as 101 hours. As a result, the International Table Tennis Federation imposed time limits on matches.
  4. Ping pong as a trade name: The name "ping pong" was originally used as a trade name for table tennis. It later became a generic term for the sport, but was soon registered as a trademark by another company, resulting in a name change to "table tennis."
  5. Military use: During World War II, table tennis was popular among American soldiers as a form of recreation. In some cases, it was also used for training for tactical purposes.
  6. Rockets with unusual shapes: Some players have experimented with unusual racket shapes, such as rackets with longer or asymmetrical blades. However, the International Table Tennis Federation has placed restrictions on the size and shape of racquets.
  7. Olympic excitement: In 1992, table tennis debuted as an Olympic sport at the Barcelona Olympics. It was a source of pride for many lovers of the sport.
  8. Occupations of the paralyzed: Table tennis for people with disabilities is also a popular and competitive sport. These competitions are held at different fitness levels, making it an accessible form of physical activity for many people.
  9. The oldest competitor at the world championships: At the 2008 World Championships in Guangzhou, China, 97-year-old Spaniard Juan de Dios Román Seco competed, becoming the oldest participant in the history of the event.
  10. Skills of professionals: Professional table tennis players exhibit extraordinary precision, control and reflexes. Their abilities allow them to perform impressive smucks, complex ball rotations and extremely fast stroke exchanges.
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