Category Archive: News

Jun 29

CHINESE NATIONAL TEAM BOYCOTT: WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED

With lots of rumours floating around on what is happening with the Chinese national team since their boycott of the China open, we thought we would put a video together with the series of events that occurred and lead up to this huge controversy. We’ve included all the confirmed facts of what we know of …

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Jun 27

The Teams For The 2017 T2 APAC League Have Been Released!

The wait is finally over for the highly anticipated T2 APAC League which begins tomorrow on the 27th June with round 1 taking place! 12 male players and 12 female players will be competing in the new league from July to December in Hong Kong! The players have now been allocated to their team, with …

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Jun 26

First Images Of Ma Long, Fan Zhendong & Xu Xin Surface Since Protests!

It’s been a crazy few days in the world of table tennis with Ma Long, Fan Zhendong and Xu Xin pulling out of last weeks China Open. This left the worlds media to spectacular what exactly was going on. Even the whereabouts of the players has been unknown. A fan boarding a flight from Chengdu …

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Jun 24

China Association Including Ma Long Release Public Apology!

You have all heard the news by now in CHINA. Ma Long, Fan Zhendong and Xu Xin all withdrew from the China Open yesterday in support of their beloved coach Liu Guoliang. This news has made National Headlines in CHINA and across the world. This evening the Chinese Table Tennis Association released a public apology …

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Jun 24

Timeline Of Protests In China – Everything You Need To Know!

Timeline of events unfolding in CHINA: Yesterday players including Ma Long, Fan Zhendong and Xu Xin withdrew themselves from the on going China Open in support of their beloved coach Liu Guoliang! Timeline of event: Tuesday 20th June The Chinese Table Tennis Association (CTTA) announced a reform of the coaching team within the Chinese National …

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Jun 23

General Administration of Sport In CHINA To Deal With Boycott Severely!

Crazy news has shocked the table tennis world today! The Chinese National Team have boycotted the on going CHINA OPEN to support their beloved coach Liu Guoliang. Ma Long was the first player to withdraw from the men’s singles round of 16 match today against Yuya Oshima! Today on the 23rd June 2017 the table …

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Jun 09

Ma Long Graduates At Shanghai University 2017!

Who’s says being a professional sportsman doesn’t give you time to study? Last week Ma Long won the 2017 World Championships, this week Ma Long just graduated at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University with a degree in Economics and Management! Ma Long graduating! Degrees usually take 4 years but not in Ma Long’s case. Due …

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Jun 07

Ma Long The 2017 World Champion! (VIDEOS)

This year the World Championships was bigger and better than ever before! From May 29th to June 5th, we were treated to an incredible show by the DTTB German hosts Düsseldorf in west Germany. A total of 606 players headed to the Messe Düsseldorf arena for the biggest event of the year! TableTennisDaily’s Dan was …

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Jun 03

2017 World Championships: The Story so far up to day 6!

2017 ITTF World Table Tennis Championships Men’s singles: The Story so far up to day 6! What an incredible start to the 2017 World Table Tennis Championships! We’ve already had some electrifying matches, huge upsets, and records broken. Perhaps the biggest shock coming in the form of 13 year old Japanese wonder kid Tomokazu Harimoto. …

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May 30

Qualification Stage Completed! The WTTC Main Draw Has Commenced!

Qualification stage completed! The main draw starts tomorrow! Over the last 2 days the 2017 World Championships has seen some intense matches in the qualification stages in the men’s and women’s singles. Meanwhile the doubles categories have progressed further and have started the main draws already! The fans are increasing daily and you can feel …

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