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GPIC sponsors table tennis tournament
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GPIC supports world junior table tennis event

Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) has announced its sponsorship of the International Junior Table Tennis Championship to be held at Isa Town Sports Complex from February 23 to 28. The sponsorship comes as part of the company's ... Gulf Daily News, 1 week ago
GPIC sponsors table tennis tournament Bahrain News Agency, 1 week ago

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Nigeria Outclass Egypt in ITTF Men's Doubles Event

Team Nigeria have halted Egypt's dominance at the ongoing International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Africa Senior Championship, putting up an impressive display in the the men's doubles event. The Egyptians have so far won three gold medals in ...
 Channels TV Nigeria3 days ago Video: SMASH Table Tennis Hosts New Course  Bernews4 days ago Nigeria Returns to Singles and Doubles Action in Cairo  This Day Online4 days ago ITTF tourney: Egypt beat Nigeria  Nigeria Punch5 days ago
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Switching to plastic TT balls

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Following the International Table Tennis Federation's announcement in August last year that plastic composite balls would be used for all its events instead of the traditional celluloid balls, the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago New balls frustrate Singapore paddlers  Today Online1 month ago

Chinese teams advance to TT team World Cup semis

The Chinese women's team defeated Romania and will encounter Singapore in the semi-finals of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) team World Cup here while the Chinese men's team will meet Chinese Taipei after beating Brazil.Cheered on by hundreds ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago Chinese teams advance to semifinals in ITTF world team cup  Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago Chinese teams in TT team World Cup finals  Business Standard2 weeks ago China win women's TT team World Cup  24Dunia2 weeks ago
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Chinese Table Tennis Stars Discover Dubai's Rich Culture And Heritage

The Chinese National Table Tennis Team - in Dubai following their recent triumph in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Team Cup had the opportunity to learn about its rich Arabian heritage and traditions. The day after their ...
 UAE Today2 weeks ago Mesmerised by UAE's culture  Gulf Time UAE2 weeks ago Table Tennis, Archery Eyeing Mixed Events for Tokyo 2020 -- Federations Focus  Around The Rings2 weeks ago China's table tennis elites hit Dubai for Ping Pong festival  Ecns.cn3 weeks ago
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2015 to be the Biggest Year in ITTF History

2015 is set to be a landmark year for the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), with a record amount of prize money, exposure, participation levels, as well as development and training programs reaching new heights. The overall prize money ...
 Around The Rings5 days ago QOROS 2015 World Table Tennis Championships Media Accreditation Now Open!  Around The Rings1 week ago MAIN DRAWS SET FOR THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN  Noodls2 weeks ago Azerbaijan to host continental table tennis event in 2015  Daily Times1 month ago
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ITTF Championships - Singles Event Serves Off Today

Egypt on Sunday defeated Nigeria to clinch the gold medals in the team events of the ongoing International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Africa Senior championship in Cairo . In the final of the women event, the Egyptian team came from 2-0 down to ...
 Individual.com4 days ago ITTF Championships: Singles event serves off today  Nigeria Daily Independent5 days ago
This Day Online

Quadri Has Restored Nigeria's Table Tennis Glory, Says Oshonaike

Duro Ikhazuagbe Aruna Quadri's feat of being ranked in the 30th position by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has been described as a restoration of the lost glory of Nigeria in table tennis. Former African female champion in ...
 This Day Online2 weeks ago Nigeria: Quadri Has Restored Nigeria's Table Tennis Glory, Says Oshonaike  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago

Yearend men's table tennis world rankings

Following are the leading men's singles rankings released by the International Table Tennis Federation on Wednesday: 1. Xu Xin, China 2. Ma Long, China 3. Fan Zhendong, China 4. Zhang Jike, China 5. Jun Mizutani, Japan 6. Wang Hao, China 7.
 China.org.cn1 month ago Yearend women's table tennis world rankings  Xinhua News Agency1 month ago XINHUA - Yearend women's table tennis world rankings  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago XINHUA - Yearend men's table tennis world rankings  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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ITTF: Nigeria's Onaolapo escapes first round in men's singles

What would have been a major setback to Nigeria was averted on Monday at the ongoing International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Africa Senior Championship after Ojo Onaolapo escaped a first round scare in the men's singles against Tunisia's Kerem ...
 The Nation Nigeria4 days ago Nigeria's Onaolapo escapes first round scare  The Nation Nigeria4 days ago
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