• Cao Zhen Was Frightened By Guo Yue (Video)

    Cao Zhen Was Frightened By Guo Yue (Video)

    Being an Olympic gold medalist and a world champion, Guo Yue is one of the most experienced players of the Chinese Women's Team. Because of that, PLA's Cao Zhen felt frightened to face Guo Yue in the Women's Doubles finals. ...
  • Li Xiaoxia Withdrew From 2013 World Cup

    Li Xiaoxia Withdrew From 2013 World Cup

    The Women's World Cup will kick off next week but, unfortunately, withdrawals already started. It was known that the USA's rising star Lily Zhang withdrew from the tournament. But now ITTF confirmed a bigger loss, Li Xiaoxia. The World and ...
  • Zhang Jike Leads Shandong To Victory In The 12th Round Super League (Videos)

    Zhang Jike Leads Shandong To Victory In The 12th Round Super League (Videos)

    The Shandong Team had a bad round as the Chinese Super League resumed its competition last Thursday. Yesterday, with the presence of Zhang Jike, the team posted victory against Tianjin. In addition, Xu Xin also performed well for a win ...
  • Zhang Jike's Preparations Were Inadequate

    Zhang Jike's Preparations Were Inadequate

    After the 2013 World Championships, Zhang Jike actually admitted that the nest thing he wanted for this year was the championship title in the Chinese National Games Men's Singles. However, head coach Liu Guoliang was actually worried about it. He ...
  • Liu Guoliang Dissatisfied With Xu Xin (Video)

    Liu Guoliang Dissatisfied With Xu Xin (Video)

    With the experience and the talent in table tennis, Xu Xin's breakthrough is almost just a matter of time. However, through years of playing in both domestic and international scenes, Xu Xin's stability is still in question. In the recently ...
  • Li Xiaoxia Deserves The Leader Position

    Li Xiaoxia Deserves The Leader Position

    Completing the championship titles from the World Championships, World Cup, Olympic Games, and now the Chinese National Games, Li Xiaoxia undoubtedly earned the leader position of the Chinese Women's Team. As the head coach, Liu Guolaing believes that Li Xiaoxia, ...
  • Liu Shiwen Never Thought To Perform So Badly In The National Games

    Liu Shiwen Never Thought To Perform So Badly In The National Games

    Liu Shiwen has been a strong contender for the past years. With her speed and strength, she is considered to be a powerful threat in the women's table tennis. Unfortunately, her efforts came late for the 2012 London Olympics. Now ...
  • Shanghai Lost In The 11th Round Of The Super League (Video)

    Shanghai Lost In The 11th Round Of The Super League (Video)

    The 2013 Chinese Super League has resumed its competition today with the 11th round of the competition. With just days after the 2013 Chinese National Games, some main players were not on duty like Ma Long, Wang Hao, Ma Lin ...
  • Zhang Jike Faced The Grand Slam's Curse In The National Games (Photos)

    Zhang Jike Faced The Grand Slam's Curse In The National Games (Photos)

    One person probably can't have all the glory in this world. In the 2012 London Olympics, Zhang Jike has defied the trend and broke the curse, bringing himself to the Olympic gold and became the fastest player to complete a ...
  • Fan Zhendong Is The Biggest Highlight (Photos)

    Fan Zhendong Is The Biggest Highlight (Photos)

    The 2013 Chinese National Games produced big winners in the competition but at the same time, it also had the biggest revelations and one of them is the 16-year old Fan Zhendong. After reaching the finals three times in the ...
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Men Women July 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
Dimitrij Ovtcharov Dimitrij Ovtcharov Germany
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