CHINA
  • Xu Xin Needs More Active Presence As A Penhold Player

    Xu Xin Needs More Active Presence As A Penhold Player

    Xu Xin now is the leading name in penhold table tennis and that is believed to be his advantage. According to the new director of the Shanghai Table Tennis Centre, Wang Liqin, Xu Xin holds a lot of advantages but ...
  • Wang Hao Aspires To Coach An Olympic Champion

    Wang Hao Aspires To Coach An Olympic Champion

    Having missed the the Olympic Singles title in three occasions, Wang Hao hopes to fill up that void in his athletic career through producing an Olympic champion in the future. Talking about this, he has already pictured himself in that ...
  • Zhu Yuling Adapts With The New Ball Very Well (Video)

    Zhu Yuling Adapts With The New Ball Very Well (Video)

    After a sweep victory in the Swedish Open Women's Singles, the 19-year old Zhu Yuling recorded her third championship title in just one week. With this, her provincial team, Sichuan is very proud of the performance of their player. Head ...
  • Ma Long's Singles Breakthrough Is Just A Matter Of Time (Videos)

    Ma Long's Singles Breakthrough Is Just A Matter Of Time (Videos)

    With the strength and talent, Ma Long is set to conquer the world of table tennis. However, following all the opportunities that were given to him, he still hasn't reached the highest possible achievement he can get. It is worth ...
  • Fan Zhendong Impressed By Yuto Muramatsu In The Youth Olympics

    Fan Zhendong Impressed By Yuto Muramatsu In The Youth Olympics

    Being the highest ranking player in the Youth Olympics, Fan Zhendong was the strongest player to win the title. In the finals, the 17-year old was surprised by his Japanese opponent, Yuto Muramatsu. In his interview, Fan Zhendong admitted that ...
  • Wang Hao: Lack Of Communication Was The Reason For His Defeat In Athens

    Wang Hao: Lack Of Communication Was The Reason For His Defeat In Athens

    The 2004 Athens Olympics and his defeat in the Men's Singles finals are the most memorable experiences for Wang Hao. As he recalls such experience, Wang Hao thinks that the reason for his defeat was the lack of communication. If ...
  • Wang Liqin Worried About Shanghai's Women's Team

    Wang Liqin Worried About Shanghai's Women's Team

    After 15 years of waiting, Shanghai Men's Team finally won the Men's Team championship title in the domestic scene. Just recently, Xu Xin, Shang Kun and Zhao Zihao defeated Bayi Team in the finals of the 2014 Chinese National Championships. ...
  • Zhang Jike: Slacked & Confused (Videos)

    Zhang Jike: Slacked & Confused (Videos)

    "Slacked & Confused." This was Wang Hao's description of Zhang Jike before this year's Men's World Cup. In his interview with PingPang World, Wang Hao talked about his assessment on the current main players. For him, Zhang Jike's outstanding achievements ...
  • China Still Dominates In This New Table Tennis Era (Videos)

    China Still Dominates In This New Table Tennis Era (Videos)

    The new plastic ball is certainly a big change in table tennis and we saw some surprising results over the recent competitions even in the Chinese National Team. However, despite that, one thing didn't change, China still wins in the ...
  • Wang Liqin Impressed With Zhao Zhihao's Progress (Video)

    Wang Liqin Impressed With Zhao Zhihao's Progress (Video)

    The Chinese National Championships was a very good venue for the young players to show their potential and one of them was Shanghai's Zhao Zihao. After the competition, Shanghai's director, Wang Liqin, has praised the progress of the young player. ...
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Men Women November 2014
Ranking Player +/-
1
Xu Xin Xu Xin China
0
2
Ma Long Ma Long China
1
3
Fan Zhendong Fan Zhendong China
-1
4
Zhang Jike Zhang Jike China
0
5
Jun Mizutani Jun Mizutani Japan
2
Wang Hao Wang Hao China
6 -1
7
Chuang Chih-Yuan Chuang Chih-Yuan China Taipei
1
8
Timo Boll Timo Boll Germany
1
Yan An Yan An China
9
Marcos Freitas Marcos Freitas Portugal
3
10 1