CHINA
  • Wang Hao: Happy To Return Home In Changchun

    Wang Hao: Happy To Return Home In Changchun

    Compared to before, Wang Hao has clearly taken the back row in the Chinese National Team but that doesn't mean that he has all the time to spend for himself. In fact, in his recent interview with a Chinese media, ...
  • Beijing Lost The 14th Round Of The Super League

    Beijing Lost The 14th Round Of The Super League

    Ding Ning and the rest of the Beijing Team played in their home court in today's round but such advantage didn't give them the assurance of a victory. Against Ordos, the Beijing Women's Team lost the round. Meanwhile, Bayi and ...
  • Zhang Jike & Shandong Team End Losing Streak In Super League

    Zhang Jike & Shandong Team End Losing Streak In Super League

    Shandong has been in a losing streak in the previous two rounds of the Super League, losing against Bayi and Shanghai. Today, Zhang Jike returned into action and contributed to a 3-0 victory over Sichuan. Also, the leading teams Ningbo ...
  • Is Zhang Jike Ready For Expectations & Responsibilities?

    Is Zhang Jike Ready For Expectations & Responsibilities?

    When no one believed in his capacity, Zhang Jike stepped up his game and slowly made his way to the top. Now that he has already achieved the Grand Slam, all the attention are on him. Expectations are high and ...
  • The Two-Toned Ball's Potential Threat To Players

    The Two-Toned Ball's Potential Threat To Players

    In order for viewers to appreciate the rotation of the ball at play, the Chinese Table Tennis Association proposed a two-coloured ball. This has been supported and accepted by the coaches of the Super League Teams. One of them is ...
  • Chinese Super League Introduces Two-Toned Ball

    Chinese Super League Introduces Two-Toned Ball

    The new plastic ball that will be replacing the old celluloid ball hasn't received a lot of support from the table tennis community. Would a two-toned ball spark the excitement of fans? History will be made this year in China ...
  • Is It Over For Guo Yue In The 2016 Olympics?

    Is It Over For Guo Yue In The 2016 Olympics?

    In the last Olympic Games, Guo Yue was very much favoured by the coaching staff. Despite some problems in her performances, she was selected to play as the Olympic third person of the Chinese Women's Team. Some of the main ...
  • Australian Table Tennis Partners With Shandong Luneng

    Australian Table Tennis Partners With Shandong Luneng

    Talking about table tennis, China is indeed doing a great job in maintaining their advantage over other countries and that is why foreign teams would like to experience the sport in China. Just recently, Table Tennis Australia visited Jinan to ...
  • Kong Linghui Reviews World Cup Finals

    Kong Linghui Reviews World Cup Finals

    The World Cup is considered a big international event and even table tennis personalities were also concerned with the competition. Chinese Women's Team head coach Kong Linghui gave his review on the two finalists. For him, Germany really had the ...
  • Liu Shiwen Going Easy After The World Team Championships

    Liu Shiwen Going Easy After The World Team Championships

    Liu Shiwen has shown great improvements in this year's World Team Championships and that was recognised by the coaching staff of the Chinese Women's Team. However, this should only be the beginning for Liu Shiwen and while she is having ...
Did You Know?

The 1st WTTC was held in 1926, but China made their first appearance in 1953

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Men Women March 2015
Ranking Player +/-
1
Ma Long Ma Long China
1
2
Xu Xin Xu Xin China
-1
3
Fan Zhendong Fan Zhendong China
0
4
Zhang Jike Zhang Jike China
0
5
Jun Mizutani Jun Mizutani Japan
0
6 0
7
Wang Hao Wang Hao China
0
8
Chuang Chih-Yuan Chuang Chih-Yuan China Taipei
0
9
Marcos Freitas Marcos Freitas Portugal
1
10 2