Top seed Chen Meng won an all-Chinese battle with second seed Sun Yingsha to win women's table tennis gold at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Ma Long retained the Olympic men’s singles crown after putting his great rival Fan Zhendong to the sword in an enthralling all-Chinese showdown here.
Japan's Jun Mizutani and Mima Ito won a fantastic mixed doubles final to be crowned as the first table tennis champions of Tokyo 2020.
China will be looking to continue its storied success in table tennis at Tokyo 2020, having won 28 of the 32 available gold medals since the sport's introduction to the Olympics at the 1988 Seoul Games.
China's Ma Long has learnt the potential route he will have to take when he defends his Olympic men's table tennis title here at Tokyo 2020.
Steve Dainton has been promoted to the role of chief executive of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Group with immediate effect.
Disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has seen the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) introduce a new qualification system for this year’s World Table Tennis Championships.
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has confirmed the governing body’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place in Houston on November 24.
Budapest is set to create history next month by hosting the first World Table Tennis (WTT) event in Europe
Table tennis has been added to the programme for the 2023 European Games in Kraków and Malopolska - meaning the sport will maintain its record of having appeared at every edition of the event.
Boll, 40, battles on to last four as he seeks eighth European table tennis men’s singles title in Warsaw
Germany’s 40-year-old defending men’s singles champion Timo Boll, seeking to build on his record number of seven titles, reached the last four at the European Table Tennis Championships in Warsaw.
International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) chief executive Steve Dainton has praised the efforts of the table tennis community as the sport seeks to negotiate challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
France's 2016 champion Lebesson ousted in first round of main draw at European Table Tennis Championships
France’s Emmanuel Lebesson, the 2016 European men’s table tennis champion, made an unexpectedly early exit from the latest edition of the Championships in Warsaw today.
Welsh 15-year-old Anna Hursey topped her group to win again on the second day of the European Table Tennis Championships in Warsaw in Poland.
Fifteen year-old Anna Hursey of Wales was among the surprise winners on the opening day of men’s and women’s singles action at the European Table Tennis Championships in Warsaw, Poland.