Question About Table Tennis Room Height

Submitted by Thomas
(Singapore)

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I would like to know what would be the minimum height for a home table tennis room.

Thank you for all the information in your website.

Thanks and please keep up on the good work.

Regards, Thomas

----- Martin's Reply -----

 By Martin Hughes
 Owner and Editor



Thomas,

Thanks for your question.

You'll find details of all the table tennis room size dimensions on my page at...

www.allabouttabletennis.com/table-tennis-room-size.html


The minimum height for a home table tennis room will be determined by the recommendations for lighting levels.

So for recreational play and coaching (including playing at home), the lighting should be a minimum of 3 metres (10 feet) above the floor, so the room height needs to be at least 3 metres (10 feet).

Of course, if you want to play table tennis at home, you could use any room that will accommodate a table tennis table. However, a room which is smaller than the recommended size will just mean that you'll be restricted in either the type of strokes you can use and/or your style of play.

But remember, the idea is to HAVE FUN, so don't stop playing if your room isn't quite big enough. Just adapt your game.

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