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Ping pong, or table tennis, is a great game that you have probably played at least once with friends. A ball is played across a net, which is mounted on a table. The ball and the racket are considerably smaller and lighter than in normal tennis, and the distance between the players is not so large of course. If none of your friends has time for a game of ping-pong right now, you can also play by yourself at home, this is really easy with the Real Pong game on your computer. Here you can practice diligently for the next game of Ping Pong with your friends or on vacation. It is best to first start with the training, here you get a good feel for the game of Real Pong. You play with a virtual racket that you can move with your mouse. In the training mode, the target is simply to land several hits on the opposite side. This will be shown to you in large, luminous circles. You have to land all of these hits in order to get into the next level of training. Then you can also parry hits, meaning you have to hit balls that have been played your way and then make the hit on the opposite side. The training becomes more difficult with time as well as more challenging, but it is the ideal preparation for a real Ping Pong game with a real opponent. Real Pong prepares you really well and is a lot of fun as well. It is best if you practice diligently every day and you will see how your responsiveness improves and you will achieve results even faster. Have Fun!
Do you like to play table tennis, and do you also think it is fun to play a free online sports game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free Real Pong game online using your favorite web browser right now.
Use your mouse to play this fun table tennis game. Try not to receive the red-marked ball. Upgrade the racket colors and decals.
Timo Boll is understood to be the best and most successful German table tennis player of all time. In 2003, he was first in the world rankings and has always been in the top seven. China has been the leading nation in table tennis for years, and most spots in the top ten in the world ranking are occupied by the Chinese. In August of 2012, the 24-year-old Chinese Jike Zhang, who won the gold medal in singles at the Olympic Games in London, is at the top of the world rankings. He won team gold with his teammates Wang Hao and Ma Long. The Swedish table tennis player Jan-Ove Waldner is seen as a legend, for he made life difficult for several generations of Chinese top players. Out of 269 games, in which he competed for the Swedish national team, he won 220. Most recently, he appeared in the Olympics of 2004 in Athens.