Bosnia & Herzegovina Table Tennis

Aside from all the formal environment that surround every institution, there come a time one must get out and ware some shorts for a change. Tennis is a well-appreciated sports world wide played on either a glass, clay or wooden court . Occasionally the game is played by two players or at times 4 players. A three feet net separates the two sides of the players, each opponent is given a chance to improve the serve, but if you are the player, you will tell yourself: “I have improved my serve drastically” in each opportunity to serve. A player is always passionate about the sport despite the high effort in achieving high scores and claiming the title.

The International Table Tennis foundation has seen its roots stretch to Bosnia and Herzegovina and all around the world, encouraging the sport. It has known initially as ping-pong the game has grown interesting over the years, with more and more people training to play the sport. Not forget the increased fan base. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the rules of the game still apply as it applies worldwide. Points, as scored the same way with every fault and reaction, observed the same way.

For an institution to function correctly, it must be active; as they say, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, the reverses are also exact. The dynamic individual will have fewer health issues compared to the dull one. Table tennis can be an after the last event or something was done during leisure time.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the table tennis department has a lot to offer. As a table tennis player, the trick is to get the right service and earn points in the processes. To get the mighty right swing can be very hectic, remember the ball should not bounce exceedingly. Averagely the ball should raise up to 26cm up. There is always the right way to do things as well as the wrong way. When it comes to serving there is also the legal services, playing via the rules and the illegal serve. One can never go wrong if he or she knows the rules and plays with them to his or her advantage.

Let’s start with the right way to make an extremely eye-catching serve. Toss the ball about 16cm up, with the body vertically inclined. Do not make the mistake of serving the ball behind your body. Next is the line issue. Make sure that the line is observed to avoid penalties. Strike the ball downwards to an ultimate victory.

How about the wrong way? It is called the wrong manner because it is illegal. This involves serving a hidden ball. Serving a quick shot or taking more time to serve the ball. This is against the right ways of playing tennis ball.

It is fantastic to do something that will earn you more than you can ever imagine. Something that one loves doing. The modern world takes pride in talent, and to encourage talent more and more efforts as made to make the best experience for the talented. As they say a world without expertise is dead.

Addresses of Parish Offices in Mostar-Duva Diocese

Holy Trinity
88202 Buna
tel / fax 036 / 480-600;

Holy Trinity
88220 Široki Brijeg
tel. 039 / 716-190

Sv. Franjo Asiški
88220 Mesihovina
tel. 034 / 368-418

Sacred Heart of Jesus
temporarily: Bishopric Ordinary Mostar
tel. 036 / 331-469

St. Francis of Assisi
temporarily: Dračevo Parish Office,
88307 Višići
tel. 036 / 814-107; Mob. 063 / 312-836

Sv. Stjepan Prvuučenik
88265 Čerin
tel. 036 / 652-139

Christ the King
88260 Čitluk
tel. 036 / 642-540; 643-710; fax 640-018;

All Saint’s Day
see Mostar Rudnik – Orlac

Sv. Mihovil Arkanđeo
88344 Drinovci
tel. 039 / 672-425; fax 672-572

Sv. Mihovil Arkanđeo
Fra Mije Čuića 1, 80240 Tomislavgrad
tel. 034 / 352-091; 352-447; fax 352-808

Sv. Stjepan Prvuučenik
88306 Gabela
tel. 036 / 821-225

Holy Trinity
88306 Gabela
tel. 036 / 821-301

Sv. Jure
see Konjic

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
88000 Mostar
tel. 036 / 381-102

Sv. Stjepan Prvuučenik
88345 Sovići
tel. 039 / 670-294

Sv. Peter and Paul
88306 Gabela
tel. 036 / 808-471

Sv. Ante Padovanski
80245 Prisoje
tel. 034 / 366-704

The Holy Name of Jesus
temporarily: Mostar Bishop’s Ordinary
tel. 036 / 331-469

Sv. Franjo Asiski
88243 Broćanac
tel. 039 / 694-321

Martyrdom of St. John the Baptist
88268 Biletići
tel. 036 / 640-171; fax 640-173

Sv. Blaz
88260 Читлук
tel. 036 / 642-006

Sv. Josip Radnik
88326 Vitina
tel. 039 / 848-001

Sv. Kata
temporarily: Mostar Bishop’s Ordinary
tel. 036 / 331-469

Sv. Ante Padovanski
Trg sv. Ante 1, 88320 Ljubuski
tel. 039 / 833-000; Fax 830-972

Sv. Josip Radnik
88220 Široki Brijeg
tel. 039 / 719-500

The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
88420 Jablanica
tel. 036 / 752-425

All the Saints
88224 Jare
tel. 039 / 715-170

Assistant Christian
88324 Klobuk
tel. 039 / 854-096

Sv. Peter and Paul
88226 Кочерин
tel. 039 / 711-300

The Sacred Heart of Jesus
80244 Kongora
tel. 034 / 365-600; fax 365-755

Sv. Ivan the Baptist
Omladinska 1, 88400 Konjic
tel./fax 036 / 730-653

Sv. Ilija Prorok
88203 Крушево
tel./fax 036 / 486-319;

Sv. Theresa of the Child Jesus
88343 Donji Mamići
tel. 039 / 675-115

Sv. Ana
88224 Jare
tel./fax 039 / 713-169