TABLE TENNIS 1. A ________ is the period during which the ball is in play. a. Rally b. Alive c. Let d. Serve 2. A ________ is a rally of which the result is not scored. a. Dead b. Alive c. Let d. Serve 3. a. b. c. d. When the ball hits permanent fixtures during play it is called. A ‘let’ and the point are replayed. A good hit and play continues. Fault by the player who strikes it A dead ball 4. What happens when the ball touches the net during the serve but continues to land in the correct service area? a. It is referred to as a ‘let’ and the serve is taken again. b. It is a fault and service is awarded to the opponent. c. Play continues, as it is a correct serve. d. The point is awarded to the receiver. 5. The _____ is the hand carrying the racket. a. Left hand c. Racket hand b. Right hand d. Free hand 6. The _____ is the hand not carrying the racket; the free arm is the arm of the free hand. a. Left hand c. Racket hand b. Right hand d. Free hand 7. The length of the table is ________. a. 9 ft. b. 7 ft. c. 8 ft. d. 10 ft. 8. A player _____ the ball if he touches it in play with his racket, held in the hand or with his racket hand below the wrist. a. Strike b. Hit c. Smash d. Drive 9. a. b. c. d. If a player in the act of service misses the ball completely – He may serve again from the same area. He may serve again from the other service end. He lose a point He lose a point but continue to serve 10. The winner of the toss has the option: a. To serve or to receive b. To serve, not to serve, or side of court c. To serve or side of court d. To serve or to give the opponent the option BADMINTON 1. A game is played to _____ points? a. 11 b. 15 c. 20 d. 21 2. Any infraction of the rules where the resulting penalty is loss of serve? a. Fault b. Rally c. Side out 3. Playing singles, your score is 4, the opponent 3, which serving court do you serve from? a. Left b. Right c. Center 4. A high shot that travels to the back of your opponents court? a. Clear b. Drive c. Drop shot d. Smash 5. The service box in singles game is: a. Short and narrow b. Long and narrow 6. a. b. c. d. c. Long and wide d. Short and wide Your score is 8, where you going to serve? Left service box across to the right Left service box straight across to the left Right service box straight across to the right Right service box across to the left. 7. Before the start of the game, the winners of the racquet spin or shuttle toss may choose: a. To serve or to receive b. To serve and side of court c. To serve or side of court d. To give the options to your opponent 8. The most common service in doubles games is: a. Short and low c. High and long b. Long and low d. Short and high 9.