The Nanping, in preparation for May’s WTTC in Rotterdam and for the London Olympics as well, is in the middle of their closed training in Xiamen. Such training was described by the players as the “devil training” where they have ...
This morning it was presented by Mr. Miguel Ángel Machado, president of the Royal Spanish Table Tennis Federation (RFETM in Spanish), and Almería Sports Councelor Mr. Juan José Alonso, what will become the very first professional open Table Tennis tournament ...
The 17 year old boy from Chinese Taipei, Hung Tze Hsiang, seeded first, stood victorious in the 2011 Joola Hungarian Junior Open in Tata, Hungary. He won both the Boy’s Singles event and the Boy’s Teams event. Hung Tze Hsiang ...
After being a runner up in Junior Girl’s Singles event at the European Youth Championships in Istanbul last July 2010, Dora Madarasz finally improved her standing and won the Girl’s Singles title in the 2011 Joola Hungarian Junior Open held ...
In commemoration of the “40th Anniversary of the Sino American TT Diplomacy,” a number of social organizations and cultural groups in the United States co sponsored the celebration and a friendly match in the Chinatwon in New York.
Both chinese stars reached the top spot -again- in their respective ITTF World Rankings after the great performance they both showed in the Volkswagen Cup played in the city of Guagzhou in late March. In the case of Wang Hao, ...
The Russian team, composed of former Charleroi stars, flew to Belgium and had no mercy with the famous local team defeating them by 3:0, only losing 1 game in the whole match and leaving almost no hope for Saive's team ...
A runner-up in last year’s North American Championships, Pierre-Luc Hinse, seeded number three, returned this year with a vengeance after defeating Max Xia, Michael Landers, Timothy Wang, and Pradeeban Peter-Paul.
Unlike in the 2011 North America Cup, Zhang Mo stood victorious in this year’s North American Championships by defending her title as women’s singles champion. She defeated Ellen Hwang, Erica Wu, Wu Yue and finally Lily Zhang.
Pradeeban Peter-Paul proved his supremacy in the TT arena after winning the men’s singles championships in the just concluded 2011 North America Cup in Mississauga. He was able to defeat Michael Landers, Pierre-Luc Theriault and Timothy Wang.