Coaching Guidance

GIVING ADVICE DURING A TABLE TENNIS MATCH


On 1st October 2016 the ITTF Regulation (3.5.1.3) regarding giving advice during a table tennis match changes. Prior to this date a player can only receive advice in the intervals between games and during any authorised suspension of play, such as for injury, but not in the period between the end of practice and the start of play.
From the 1st October the new Regulation (5.3.2.1) states “Players may receive advice at any time except during rallies provided that continuity of play is not affected (3.4.4.1); if any authorised person gives advice illegally the umpire shall hold up a yellow card to warn him or her that any further such offence will result in his or her dismissal from the playing area.”
This regulation relates to competitions conducted on or on behalf of the national body – e.g. National Championships, B.L., C.C., E.L.C.C. The regulation does not relate to Local League matches.

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