Table Tennis Media looks at the historical perspective of Europe’s most talented players throughout the years.
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Before the successful run of Ma Long, there was a Chinese international who dominated the World Table Tennis Championships in the 1960s.
The new talent from Korea emerged in the international arena in 2022, and he might be the next big thing.
The 2022 CTTSL season turned out to be an exciting one, shining a light on some new heroes.
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Wang Chuqin had a great run, beating his renowned teammates from the China team, but WTT once again disappoints with its attitude toward the audience.
The tournament in Chengdu brought some exciting battles but brought no major surprises as China won again.
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