It involves in activity, where two or four players beat a lightweight, void ball and forth using table tennis rackets. The game takes place on a hard table alienated by a net. This time again Google is playing its part for discussing game too.
We daily see Google web theme, that change day by day with the Olympics theme. So it will really near to actual, users daily get amuse by Google changing doodle. This time on six day of London Olympics 2012, Google taking on the table tennis doodle.
Google mostly focus on each tiny pin for doodle, whatever that is color scheme or showing animations participants. For this doodle, you can easily judge Google developer intelligence and sharpness for job. They showed two partners in doodle playing, one is right handed and other is second handed mean left.
Beautifully emerging Google O with the left handed player, with his bat. It is really appealing the master mind of doodle maker. The color tone that used, also tempting to eyes.
The first table tennis doodle was on strumming 2004 Athens Olympic Games and then second during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
London 2012 Olympics are planned from 28 July to 8 August. There are four table tennis trials that are scheduled to be contesting for men's and women's Singles, men's and women's Team .
The number of participants in table tennis events is 172 .putting 86 men and 86 women there. Each country is imperfect to three men and three women across all events, and to two athletes in each Singles event.
Review of Google 2012 doodle for Olympics:
On Day 4 Google had put up the London 2012 Artistic Gymnastics .
On Day 3, the doodle on the Google home page demonstrated two fencers fighting against each other with bladed guns.
Day 2 of London 2012, Diving Google doodle that showed a female diver in position for the plunge on the diving board over a pool.
Day 1 of London 2012, Google posted an archery doodle that had a female archer taking aim at a bulls eye.
Google's daily Olympic doodle institution began back in 2000 during the Sydney Olympics and nonstop through the 2002 Winter Olympics Salt Lake City, USA, 2004 Athens Olympics, 2006 Torino Winter Olympics, 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.