Fastest Table Tennis Rally (30 Seconds)

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Oakland, California, United States / December 11, 2015

Payam's two sons rallied a table tennis ball back and forth 73 times in 30 seconds. They set the record while practicing for the USATT National Table Tennis tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada.

- must use standard-sized table tennis table
- must observe RecordSetter table tennis rules
- if rally stops at any time or ball misses table, attempt denied
- count based on number of combined hits between two players in 30 seconds
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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    He actually did it in 32 seconds so he just got busted

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  • United States Mick Cullen

    Simon-- Yes. It's against the rules of the game to hit a table tennis ball before it bounces on your side of the table.

  • United States Simon Kirk

    Does the ball have to bounce?

  • The Internet Mike Uba

    Yes we most definitely are, we will try to get a World Record video in ASAP. In the mean time I do believe the since the record was completed before the rules were changed, that our video up now should remain up. At least until we get the new video up. Note that this is just my request, feel free to do what ever you need so that when we do appempt the real record correctly. Also for the record, my friends name is Jack

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    OK, changed title to "Returns." Also agree that we should deny this attempt and add a rule that net must be at regulation height. Mike Uba and friend, are you guys down to try again?

  • United States Mick Cullen

    Yes, Rob, I'd agree. As to the debate about rally/volley/return, volleys refer to hitting the ball before it hits the ground/table. "Returns" would be a more precise term.

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    That net seems like it is sagging considerably. Anyone else see this?

  • Australia Peter Craig

    yes Simon, this is an example of one "rally" in 30 seconds and 49 "returns" or "vollies". I think volley is the correct term but both sound OK, certainly not "rallies"

  • United States Simon Kirk

    I think this is still incorrect titling. I found this definition of a rally: "Definition: According the the ITTF rules, a rally is the period during which the ball is in play. The ball is in play from the last moment at which it is stationary on the palm of the free hand before being intentionally projected in service until the rally is decided as a let or a point. Also Known As: point, exchange." In this record, they have just one rally in 30 seconds. Also the 49 volleys listed as the amount, while the title is about most rallys. I think that "Most rallies" would be a relevant for an attempt where someone served, someone returned the serve, counting as one rally. They would then have to do that process as many times as possible in 30 seconds. That's not what is happening here. I think this should be something like "most table tennis returns in one rally" or something along those lines. You feel me?

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Corey Noted and changed.

  • United States Corey Henderson

    I can speak for regular tennis and say these are definitely not volleys, but rather it would be called a "rally". I am open to the idea that table-tennis has different terminology, but I strongly suggest that this record is mis-categorized.

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