China has been dominating table tennis for the last few decades. One great generation has been replaced by another – even greater. However, even the leading players cannot beat the father time. Let’s look at the young Chinese talents who might shine in 2022.
2021 was an exciting year for table tennis that saw a lot of high-quality competitions around the World. We brought you a 2021 table tennis rewind.
Pongfinity is by far the most popular table tennis channel on YouTube, being famous for making a great number of highly difficult trick shots. How good are the Pongfinity members outside of doing trick shots? Let’s take a look at that.
From 17-19 December, in Cesson-Sévigné there was held the French National Table Tennis Championships event. It resulted with a triumph in the singles event for the nation’s leading table tennis player – Simon Gauzy.
2021 World Table Tennis Championships in Houston brought some unexpected results, including the loss of Tomokazu Harimoto to the Polish player Jakub Dyjas. Let’s take a closer look at why Harimoto struggled at this WTTC.
The tournament in Warsaw presented some surprising results. It was one to enjoy! Let’s have a closer look on the heroes of the 2020 European Table Tennis Championships.
Known as the Evergreen Tree in China and The Mozart of Table Tennis, Swedish legend Jan-Ove Waldner has been one of the most recognizable names in the table tennis history.
Ahead of the 2020 European Table Tennis Championships in Warsaw, Table Tennis Media presents you an infographic about the potential medalists of this tournament.
After a few seasons having a loss at the semi-final stage, Borussia Düsseldorf came back strong in 2020/21 season, winning the 31st title in its history.
As the 2020 European Championships is approaching, it is time to remember one of the most unexpected winners of this tournament – Englishman John Hilton.