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  1. Can stars of tomorrow Cho Daeseong and Shin Yubin become stars of today in Zhengzhou?

    by Simon Daish Young but experienced Boasting a combined age of just 32 years, Cho Daeseong, 17, and Shin Yubin, 15, are officially the youngest pair set to be involved in the mixed doubles contest but the two of them are no strangers to the big stage. Undoubtedly their standout moment of the year came […]

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  2. Table Tennis Review to be implemented at 2019 ITTF World Tour Grand Finals

    With the help of highly accurate ball tracking technology, it will be possible to have a point replayed instantly and reviewed by a video match official, who will have the authority to overturn the original decision based on the evidence. Click here for technical details on how TTR will work. TTR will be implemented by Chinese technology […]

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  3. Grand Finals: a pen-holder the ideal partner?

    by Kabir Nagpal Both appear in the men’s singles, in the men’s doubles Xu Xin partners Fan Zhendong, Wong Chun Ting joins forces with Ho Kwan Kit; in the mixed doubles it is Xu Xin and Liu Shiwen, Wong Chun Ting and Doo Hoi Kem. The two further pen-holders are China’s Zhao Zihao who appears […]

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  4. World Table Tennis Day 2020: Register Now!

    The power of World Table Tennis Day is to make Table Tennis accessible for ALL. The ITTF Foundation is inviting you to join the annual celebration of table tennis on 6th April 2020, as our sport is suited for everyone, everywhere! The focus is less on excellence, more on inclusion, less on competition, more on fun […]

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  5. ITTF Foundation launches first Donation Campaign at 2019 ITTF Star Awards

    The ITTF Foundation strives for Solidarity through Table Tennis being the Social Responsibility Arm of the International Table Tennis Federation. As an enabler for development and peace, table tennis can be easily used for the support and execution of humanitarian projects. The ITTF Foundation firmly believe that table tennis is an opportunity to bring people […]

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  6. Markham review: China and Japan share spoils

    by Ian Marshall, Editor Required to compete in the qualification tournament, after accounting for Slovenia’s Darko Jorgic, the no.5 seed (11-8, 11-8, 2-11, 11-7, 10-12, 11-6), Xiang Peng secured the men’s singles title at the final expense of Frenchman, Can Akkuzu, the no.7 seed (8-11, 11-5, 11-7, 11-8, 12-14, 11-6). In the counterpart semi-final, Can […]

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  7. Grand Finals on horizon, Kasumi Ishikawa proves herself

    by Ian Marshall, Editor Memories of the London 2012 Olympic Games came flooding back, when on Sunday 5th August in the ExCeL arena, partnering Sayaka Hirano at the semi-final stage of the women’s team event, the duo had beaten Li Jiawei and Wang Yuegu (11-3, 13-11, 11-4) to secure a 3-0 win for Japan against […]

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  8. At last, a Finnish champion on home soil, Benedek Olah delivers

    by Ian Marshall, Editor Notably powerful from the backhand, in 2016 the winner in Lagos on the ITTF World Tour, after accounting for Spain’s Martin Pintos (11-6, 12-10, 11-9, 11-0), Switzerland’s Doria Girod (11-3, 11-5, 11-2, 11-5) and Israel’s Tal Israeli (11-9, 11-5, 8-11, 14-12, 11-8) to reach the later stages Benedek Olah continued his […]

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  9. German contingent a force in Zhengzhou

    by Simon Daish Former champion eyeing return to podium summit Germany’s sole men’s singles champion in World Tour Grand Finals’ history, Timo Boll struck gold in 2005 when the season ending event was also hosted on Chinese soil in Fuzhou. Now, 14 years later the 38 year old legend has his eyes set on a […]

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  10. Markham review: Zhengzhou confidence boost

    by Ian Marshall, Editor Most impressive member of the quartet was Kasumi Ishikawa, she halted Chinese progress in no uncertain fashion. She recorded a straight games third round win against Zhang Qiang, the no.27 seed (11-7, 11-4, 11-9, 11-9), before securing quarter-final success when facing qualifier, Wang Xiaotong. In a similar manner there was no […]

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