China is by far the most dominant nation in table tennis. We present a closer look at its production of the finest table tennis players.
Is Qiu’s title run a sign for bigger things to come or just a one-time success?
The 2021/22 Bundesliga season is over in Germany. While the champions made no surprise, the German league still had plenty of interesting action this season.
2022 Swedish National Table Tennis Championships took place in Karlskrona, and the 20-year old Swedish star Truls Moregardh enjoyed the glory in the singles event.
The club from German Bundesliga takes a serious approach to match its Champions League ambitions.
The 35-year old Croatian international had an inspiring run in Doha, winning the first singles title in his career on the professional circuit.
The 84th Estonian Table Tennis Championships in Tallinn brought together all the country’s leading players, who displayed some quality results.
WTT Singapore Smash got wide coverage on the social media accounts of World Table Tennis, and deservedly so. This tournament brought some exciting matchups and surprising results.
The Chinese national team once again displayed its quality and depth in the WTT Contender that was held in Oman’s capital Muscat.
The Swiss city Montreux welcomed the best European players, who fought for the title of the continent’s best player.