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  1. An inspiration, Ibrahim Hamadtou returns to the big stage in Tokyo

    by Olakekan Okusan, ITTF-Africa Press Officer Notably, at the African Qualification tournament held in July 2019 in Alexandria, Ibrahim Hamadtou fell ill, he had to withdraw from the competition. However, on the recent list of qualifiers released by Pablo Perez, the ITTF Para Events and Classification Manager, on Tuesday 30th June, the father of three […]

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  2. Singapore supports #TableTennisUnited

    The case to promote solidarity through the sport of table tennis was given a new inspiration as Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) donated SGD2,000 to TableTennisUnited (TTU), a unique campaign from the ITTF Foundation. The STTA has long supported the ITTF Foundation and its campaigns and this was another move in the right direction from them, […]

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  3. Han Ying heads Düsseldorf seeding

    by Ian Marshall, Editor Overall, a total of 14 players will compete, Han Ying and Nina Mittelham, the respective top two seeds, gain a direct entry to round two. Shan Xioana is the next in ranked order followed by welcome visitors from foreign parts, Slovakia’s Barbora Balazova and Luxembourg’s Sarah de Nutte. Wan Yuan, Chantal […]

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  4. Ambitious Maldives placing its trust in youth

    by Simon Daish In January this year, the Table Tennis Association of Maldives received a special guest in ITTF President Thomas Weikert. Holding meetings with several important figures during his visit, Thomas and the association held constructive talks focused on a number of subjects, one of which was the country’s youth development. Many countries are […]

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  5. Tokyo delayed, a positive for Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

    by Olalekan Okusan, ITTF-Africa Press Officer Unquestionably, the 27 year old engineering graduate  from the Chennai based St. Joseph’s College has very much fulfilled the potential displayed in teenage days. A former student of Kolaperumal Chetty Vaishnav Senior Secondary School in Arumbakkam Chennai; in his native India, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran has become a household name; his […]

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  6. Following Tokyo 2020, Tamara Boros to succeed Jie Schöpp as German national coach

    by Ian Marshall, Editor Currently the coach at the German Table Tennis Centre in Düsseldorf where a boarding school is based, Tamara Boros is the coach for the under 23 squad. However, with immediate effect, Tamara Boros will work alongside Jie Schöpp, attending major international tournaments; overall matters being under the direction of Richard Prause, […]

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  7. Player Watch: Celebrating Olympic Day and an exciting appointment

    by Simon Daish Olympic Day 2020 On Tuesday 23rd June sports fans across the world celebrated Olympic Day 2020, a special commemorative occasion to highlight the magic of the iconic event. A number of table tennis pros also partook in the celebrations with their own personal dedications:   View this post on Instagram   Olympic […]

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  8. Table Tennis United – efforts reap results in Ecuador and Ghana

    Earlier in April, the ITTF Foundation, decided to reallocate funds towards solutions advised by the project leaders to alleviate the impacts of Covid-19 in communities, read more……. As the effects of the pandemic drag on, the ITTF Foundation dream building fund partners  have moved their activities dramatically to bring solutions for the immediate needs of their […]

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  9. Part Two: Return to the table

    by Massimo Costantini, High Performance Elite Coach Before diving into the specifics, I would like to stress that this mini-guide must take into account your individual environment and its conditions in order to ensure that the work in your training session is done safely. If we have used the lockdown period (phase one) to keep […]

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  10. ITTF celebrates Social Media Day 2020!

    ITTF on Tiktok One of the biggest recent developments surrounding ITTF’s social scene is the arrival of our official Tiktok page. Updated on a daily basis, we’ve been keeping the party spirit going through lockdown with entertaining, short-form videos. If you are looking to add more fun into your daily routine then the ITTF’s Tiktok […]

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