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The Brooklyn Table Tennis Club is a go-to outpost for Ping-Pong aficionados in Kings County and beyond. The place boasts niceties both hi-tech (a Newgy Robo-Pong robot) and hygienic (an on-site shower), and its resident coaches include Nison Aronov, a decorated professional player in both the former Soviet Union and the United States. If you're feeling competitive, ask about the Thursday and Sunday tournaments, which feature a low entry fee and prizes for the top players.