ASIA
  • Asian Games: Chinese Team's Hardest Competition

    Asian Games: Chinese Team's Hardest Competition
    We are used to seeing the Chinese Team sweeping all available championship titles in international competitions. However, it seemed that they are having trouble in the Asian circuit. In fact, since 1974, it was only twice when the Chinese Team was able to post a sweep in the Asian Games. 
  • Fukuhara Will Not Content With Bronze In Incheon

    Fukuhara Will Not Content With Bronze In Incheon

    Ai Fukuhara has already been to three Asian Games and her experiences in such competition are not always a success. In 2006, where she expressed confidence, Ai Fukuhara failed to clinch a medal. But in 2010, Fukuhara got her best ...
  • Thailand Aims To Continue To Surprise In The Asian Games

    Thailand Aims To Continue To Surprise In The Asian Games

    The Thailand Team was surprising in the recently concluded 2014 Youth Olympic Games after they defeated stronger teams to book their place in the semifinals. Unfortunately for them, they settled with no medal at the end of the competition. However, ...
  • New Two-Toned Ball Undermines Chopper's Advantage (Video)

    New Two-Toned Ball Undermines Chopper's Advantage (Video)

    As this season's Chinese Super League had their playoffs, we witnessed the new two-coloured ball at play for the first time. Although the rotation can only be clearly seen during playbacks, it is believed that it still had good effects. ...
  • Fukuhara Commemorates 22 Years In Table Tennis

    Fukuhara Commemorates 22 Years In Table Tennis

    After some struggles this year, Ai Fukuhara celebrates more than two decades in her table tennis career. Although there were some negative impressions from their local media, the Japanese star continues to stay strong and firm in staying active in ...
  • Ningbo Recognises Joo Sae Hyuk's Efforts

    Ningbo Recognises Joo Sae Hyuk's Efforts

    Joo Sae Hyuk transferred to Ningbo in the 2012 season of the Chinese Super League. Since then, the team has been doing well, reaching the playoffs in ever season and won twice. This year, Ningbo wasn't able to advance into ...
  • Top Players Reveal Their Secrets: Koki Niwa (Video)

    Top Players Reveal Their Secrets: Koki Niwa (Video)

    Koki Niwa is one of the raising star in table tennis and one of the most attractive game styles in the World Tour circuit. Due to the language barrier, we can't have enough information about this great player, but Butterfly ...
  • Koki Niwa: The Magician Of Table Tennis (Videos)

    Koki Niwa: The Magician Of Table Tennis (Videos)

    Koki Niwa is one of the raising star of Table Tennis in the last years. He won the 2010 Youth Olympic Games and the 2011 World Junior Championships, but now he is looking for place among the top players in ...
  • Jun Mizutani: Willing To Pay Just To Train With Zhang Jike & Ma Long

    Jun Mizutani: Willing To Pay Just To Train With Zhang Jike & Ma Long

    Jun Mizutani is regarded as the frontrunner of the Japanese Team in men's table tennis. Currently, he is the highest ranking Japanese player in the world. But compared to the Chinese players, Jun Mizutani still feels that there is a ...
  • Ri Myong Sun: From Secret Weapon To A Liability

    Ri Myong Sun: From Secret Weapon To A Liability

    The Beijing Women's Team had their best performance this season since 2011 after they posted ten consecutive victories. Aside from the stable performance of Ding Ning, Ri Myong Sun was a revelation this season. However, after several rounds, head coach ...
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Men Women August 2014
Ranking Player +/-
1
Xu Xin Xu Xin China
0
2
Ma Long Ma Long China
0
3
Fan Zhendong Fan Zhendong China
0
4 0
5
Zhang Jike Zhang Jike China
0
6
Wang Hao Wang Hao China
0
7
Chuang Chih-Yuan Chuang Chih-Yuan Chinese Taipei
0
8
Jun Mizutani Jun Mizutani Japan
0
9
Yan An Yan An China
0
10
Timo Boll Timo Boll Germany
0