The Ping Pong Parlour is an initiative by Table Tennis England to encourage people to try a new sport this summer.
Inspired by the Commonwealth Games, the parlour is free for people of all ages and abilities to come along and have a game.
The parlour was officially opened by Councillor Gary Flint, Portfolio Holder for Health and Wellbeing, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, August 3.
Councillor Flint said: "I am delighted to open the Ping Pong Parlour for residents to enjoy for free, it’s already proving popular and it’s a great activity for people of all abilities to come along and try.
"With the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in full swing, I hope the people of Walsall will be feeling inspired and ready to try out a new activity."
Melvin Glasby, centre manager at the Saddlers Centre, added: "It’s great to offer something new and different to the people of Walsall, and the Ping Pong Parlour is the perfect place to have a go at a new activity and enjoy as part of a day out in the town centre.
"It’s already proving popular and with it open all summer there’s plenty of time for everyone to have a go."
The Ping Pong Parlour will be open daily, Monday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm. It is situated next to Costa Coffee in the Saddlers Centre.