Singapore's Yu Mengyu edged out Monaco's Yang Xiaoxin in five games to reach the last 32 of the women's singles event at the World Table Tennis Star Contender tournament in Doha.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Women in Sport Committee chair Rita van Driel is among the speakers announced for the International Table Tennis Federation's (ITTF) online conference to mark International Women's Day.
Japan’s Mima Ito and Germany’s Dimitrij Ovtcharov won the singles titles on finals day at the World Table Tennis (WTT) Contender tournament in Doha, Qatar.
The women’s singles final at the World Table Tennis (WTT) Contender event in Doha, Qatar, will be an all Japanese affair between Mima Ito and Hina Hiyata.
A total of nine places in the table tennis tournament at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will be on offer at the upcoming World Singles Qualification Tournament in Doha in Qatar.
Top-ranked Japanese players Mima Ito and Tomokazu Harimoto are through to the quarter-finals of the first-ever World Table Tennis (WTT) tournament.
Chinese Taipei's Cheng I-Ching was on the wrong end of an upset as the first-ever World Table Tennis (WTT) Contender event got underway in Doha - with one player knocked out for breaching COVID-19 rules.
Japan’s Tomokazu Harimoto will start among the favourites in the men’s singles as the World Table Tennis (WTT) Middle East hub launches tomorrow in Doha.
China has withdrawn from the World Table Tennis (WTT) Middle East hub because of COVID-19 concerns.
World Table Tennis (WTT) has announced the appointment of Jonny Cowan as its Europe general manager, with his role dedicated to growing the sport in the continent.
International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) chief executive Steve Dainton has insisted he remains "buoyant and optimistic" for this year, despite acknowledging the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
World Table Tennis (WTT) has accused the Hong Kong Table Tennis Association (HKTTA) of "using COVID as an excuse" for its decision not to compete in two upcoming events in Doha.
Hong Kong’s table tennis team have withdrawn from two World Table Tennis (WTT) events in Doha due to concerns over player safety.
An independent review by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) found World Table Tennis (WTT) was set up with good governance and financial compliance after concerns about the implementation of the commercial vehicle were raised by the German Table Tennis Federation (DTTB).
China's Xu Xin and Sun Yingsha are among the stars to be announced for the World Table Tennis (WTT) Middle East hub in Doha in March.