China are assured of a clean sweep of medals in the women’s singles at the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Championships, but men’s top seed Fan Zhendong failed to reach the quarter-finals in Budapest.
The men’s singles final will not be an all-Chinese affair for the first time in 16-years after second seed Xu Xin suffered a shock elimination at the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Championships in Budapest.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Ryu Seung-min says his ultimate goal is to become President of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) after being elected to the Executive Committee of the world governing body.
China’s top seed Fan Zhendong made an ominously efficient start to his quest for the men’s singles title at the International Table Tennis Federation World Championships in Budapest as he reached the round of 32 without losing a game.
China's Fan Zhendong and Ding Ning beat top seeds Wong Chun Ting and Doo Hoi Kem of Hong Kong to reach the last 16 of the mixed doubles competition at the International Table Tennis Federation World Championships in Budapest.
The International Table Tennis Federation’s 2021 and 2022 World Championships have been awarded respectively to Houston in the United States and Chengdu in China.
Top singles seeds Fan Zhendong and Ding Ning reached the main draw of the mixed doubles event on the first day of the International Table Tennis Federation World Championships in Budapest.
The International Table Tennis Federation had a turnover of $20 million (£15.5 million/€18 million) for the year of 2018 - 10 times more than the equivalent figure a decade ago - and is pressing ahead with plans to establish a new global office away from its current site of Lausanne.
Chinese Table Tennis Association President Liu Guoliang has targeted further success in the men's and women's singles events at the World Championships starting in Budapest tomorrow.
Confirmation of 2021 and 2022 World Table Tennis Championship hosts headlines ITTF meetings in Budapest
Confirmation of the hosts of the 2021 and 2022 World Table Tennis Championships will headline the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) meetings prior to this year’s event in Budapest.
International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Oceania has launched a programme to promote physical activity and social inclusion in schools.
China’s Fan Zhendong and Zhu Yuling successfully defended their Asian Cup titles as the tournament concluded in Yokohama.
Chinese supremacy at the Asia Cup was secured with the country securing all four places in the finals of the competition in Yokohama.
Defending champions Fan Zhendong and Zhu Yuling of China eased through to the quarter-finals at the Asia Cup competition in Yokohama.
China’s Fan Zhendong and Zhu Yuling will seek to defend their Asian Cup titles when the table tennis tournament begins tomorrow in Yokohama.