What’s the best thing about Ping Pong?
Its fast pace? The versatility of its players and their entertaining, competitive nature? The history?
I would argue that Ping Pong’s greatest trait as a sport – is its accessibility.
The vast majority of people, from 2-year-olds to 90, from those with disabilities to the “big-boned” can take this sport on. At their own pace, of course.
All it requires is a flat surface, a light ball and a bat.
That’s what Pong Place is all about.
We want to help everyone learn more about this sport, from the casual reader to the hardcore player.
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A Little About Pong Place’s Founder: Matt
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From a very young age, I was obsessed with Table Tennis. My home had a ping pong table in the basement that we used on a regular basis, and I’d play against anyone who’d challenge me. Our ceilings were only 7 feet high which turned into an advantage after I learned to play in a confined space.
My father learned Ping Pong in Vietnam where he served during the war. His powerful defensive style and insane backspin gave me a solid foundation to work off of.
By the time I was in high school and into college, I was facing off against a variety of opponents in competition. To this day, I continue to play and push myself to get better each game.
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