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Table Tennis (Ping Pong) in Colorado

Where to Play Table Tennis (Ping Pong) in Colorado

Table tennis is a fun sport in rain or shine! No matter the season, check out a list of places where you can play table tennis indoors and outdoors throughout Colorado.

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Public Places for Playing Table Tennis (Ping Pong)

Denver Table Tennis Alliance 

  • Address: 1155 W Oxford Ave, Englewood, CO 80110 

  • Note: Ten tables combined with open play, small group lessons, clinics and tournaments. 

 

Denver Pong

  • Address: 1559 South Broadway Denver, CO  

  • Note: Classes are offered for members or non-members. 

Pikes Peak Ping Pong Club

  • Address: 401 El Monte, Manitou Springs, CO  

  • Note: Round robins and recreational play held at Manitou High School. 

 

Colorado NorthSide Table Tennis  

  • Address: 900 Via Appia Way Louisville, CO 80027 

  • Note: A low-cost sports club with Joola tables and recreational ping pong.

Private Place for Playing Table Tennis (Ping Pong) 

Glendale Sports Center Ping Pong 

  • Address: 4500 East Kentucky Ave Glendale, CO 80246 

  • Note: Ten tables and free open play for members. 

 

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What is Table Tennis (Ping Pong)?

Often referred to as “ping pong,” table tennis is a racket sport derived from tennis, but is distinguished by its playing surface being a tabletop rather than a floor court. 

 

Table tennis is a game played indoors by two or four people and is often compared to tennis, with tennis being more physically demanding than table tennis. 

 

Players aim to strike the ball on their opponent’s side so that they are unable to return it.  

 

Table tennis can be played recreationally, which is popular in America, or competitively. China is considered the most popular country for table tennis, where the sport is as played as basketball, badminton, and baseball.  

 

How to Play Table Tennis (Ping Pong)

To play table tennis, the ball must first bounce on your side and then on your opponent’s side of the table. 

 

There are no second serves, but if the ball touches the net on a serve and goes over to the opponent’s side, which is called a let, the server retakes their let serve. Doubles serves must go from right court to right court. 

 

Games are played to 11 points and serves alternate every two points.

Where to Find Table Tennis (Ping Pong) Gear 

Table tennis gear, other than a playing surface, includes ping pong paddles and ping pong balls.  

 

Once you’re ready to play, we’ve got you covered with table tennis gear at our stores in Colorado and Las Vegas and online

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