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Table Tennis

Table tennis is an individual sport played across men's and women's competitions and matches are best of 5 games.

Table tennis is not a qualification sport for the Australian University Games and as such individuals do not need to qualify at their Regional University Games event.

Draws for table tennis will be available online a week prior to EUGs.

  • Program
  • Venue
  • Draws/Results
  • Duties & Uniform
  • Rules
  • Program

    Program

    Competition timetable

    • Monday 3 July: TBC
    • Tuesday 4 July: TBC
    • Wednesday 5 July: TBC
    • Thursday 6 July: TBC

    *timetable is subject to change, please check back regularly for updates.

  • Venue

    Venue

    Venue information will be updated early in 2017.

  • Duties & Uniform

    Duties & Uniform

    Australian University Sport (AUS) conducts its competitions under the official playing rules and regulations implemented by the national sporting organisation for that sport. However, AUS events are unique and hence there are often variations that are implemented.

    Uniform and duty requirements are addressed in the relevent sport rules.

    The following supplements are available and should be read in conjunction with the relevant sport rule:

    Squad Size Supplement (2016)

    Game Times Summary (2016)

  • Rules

    Rules

    Click here for table tennis singles rules.

    Click here for all competition supplements and rules. Please ensure you refer to the SINGLES rules for this event.

    Note: These rules are subject to change following AUS review in 2017

    Please be aware of the following if playing against a player using a wheelchair, when the player using a wheelchair is receiving serve, as per the ITTF rules:

    2.09.01.05 if the receiver is in wheelchair owing to a physical disability and in service the ball, provided that the service is otherwise correct,
    2.09.01.05.01 after touching the receiver's court returns in the direction of the net;
    2.09.01.05.02 comes to rest on the receiver's court;
    2.09.01.05.03 in singles leaves the receiver’s court after touching it by either of its sidelines.

     

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