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When you are in the middle of playing a game, your opponent strikes a ball towards you and it does not bounce in your side of the court and it passes the edge of the court then hit your bat which is not on top of the board but away from the board and it goes back on the table. Do we consider it as a challenge against you?
If the ball goes put past the table without hitting it, then it is always out and the point stops there. So everything that happens after that is irrelevant.
So in this case it would be your point as the ball went out of the court without touching it.
It is always the first mistake that counts and everything after that doesn't matter. In this case the first mistake was that your opponent hit the ball out of the table.
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