Here's the hard truth: ping pong in America is not widely recognized as a "true" sport. It has a low barrier of entry that allows all sorts of people to play...but takes years to master. Even though it requires real athletic prowess and many players train as hard as other athletes, it still never gets the recognition (or money) that baseball, basketball and football do.  

So what's a professional players like Rocky Wang to do? After years of living in New York and scraping by from tournament winnings, coaching and event gigs, Rocky decided to leave it all behind and weave his way through the United States. With little money and his trusty van (Myrtle the Turtle), he's exploring what American ping pong is really like and the colorful characters play in small towns and big cities. 

Get ready to see a side of ping pong that you've never seen before.