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Friendly Table Tennis Match after getting married

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There is a contradiction in opinions of married people regarding their life changing after marriage. Happily married ever after or not, people should keep having fun and enjoy. I came across a video on YouTube through a friend where a just married couple are playing table tennis in an open area. First the husband takes a selfie and then starts lobbing the ball while the wife is smashing from the other end all the while enjoying to Village People’s YMCA song. Everything aside, I’ve got to say the he is a good lobber. Apart from having a laugh with them in the video you will also see some couple of good quality lobs and smashes. Here is the video…enjoy.

Since the name is mentioned in the title of the video which is uploaded by Michael Hillard, I thought I should attach a link about NCTTA – The National Collegiate Table Tennis Association. The NCTTA works with the USA Table Tennis Association, the sports’ national governing body, to further progress in College Table Tennis. NCTTA is a National Organization Member of USATT. The USA Table Tennis Association is recognized by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). NCTTA also provides assistance and leadership in implementing College/University Table Tennis programs, securing the opportunity for student-athletes to compete in the sport of Table Tennis in schools and achieve athletic and academic excellence. NCTTA maintains the eligibility and integrity of intercollegiate Table Tennis while providing the regulation of Varsity Table Tennis at the Collegiate Level in North America. To know more, visit the link above.

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