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TSX DAILY: U.S. qualifies for Tokyo, advances to FIBA World Cup quarters; Americans trail...

≡ TSX DAILY ~ 10 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LEADING OFF: U.S. beats Brazil in FIBA World Cup, headed to quarterfinals vs. France There were...

TABLE TENNIS: Best-ever U.S. performance in Pan Am Championships with four golds

The third edition of the ITTF Pan American Championships, held in Asuncion, Paraguay, was a showcase for the United States, with four gold medals...

COMING ATTRACTIONS: Previews in Badminton, Freestyle Skiing, Karate and Table Tennis

Preview of notable events this week: ● BADMINTON: Medal possibility for American Beiwen Zhang at Chinese Taipei Open Barely days following the close of the 2019...

TABLE TENNIS: Youth has its way with teen wins at Czech Open, but two...

Chinese Taipei’s Yun-Ju Lin and the Korean pair of Daeseong Cho and Yubin Shin put on a show of teenage power in the finals...

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Ishikawa looks for repeat; Harimoto for second straight Tour wins in...

The ITTF World Tour continues through Europe, this week in Olomouc (CZE) for the annual Czech Open at the Omega Sports Center. China has very...

TABLE TENNIS: Japan’s prodigy Harimoto claims third World Tour win in Bulgaria

The story of Japan’s Tomokazu Harimoto is an amazing one, showcased on Sunday with his 4-2 victory over China’s Zihao Zhao in the finals...

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Japan and Korea expected to top Asarael Bulgaria Open in Panagyurishte

With a very limited entry of Chinese players – who won three of the four titles available last year – the door is open...

TABLE TENNIS: Defenders Xu and Jeong & Lee make history at Australian Open

No one had ever won two consecutive titles in the men’s Singles or men’s Doubles at the Australian Open, held this year in Geelong....

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Xu and Liu go for repeat titles in Australian Open in...

The fourth of six ITTF World Tour Platinum events on tour this season has started at the Geelong Arena in Australia, with most of...

TABLE TENNIS: No. 1-ranked Xu and Chen win two golds each at Korea Open

Facing Olympic Champions in a major tournament final is hardly an easy path, but proved no problem for the world’s two no. 1-ranked players...

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Top-ranked Zhendong Fan and Ning Ding headline Korea Open

The sixth of 13 stops on the 2019 ITTF World Tour is in Busan, Korea. It’s the fourth straight tournament in Asia; the circuit...

TABLE TENNIS: China sweeps all five titles at Japan Open, with Xu winning three!

It was a good week for China’s Xin Xu, the 10-time World Champion in Doubles, Mixed Doubles and Team events, as he won the...

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Best in the world lined up in Hokkaido for the Japan...

One of the prestige tournaments on the ITTF World Tour is the Japan Open and this year’s edition – the 31st – at the...

TABLE TENNIS: China dominates Hong Kong Open with four wins in five divisions

China’s Gaoyuan Lin put on quite a show at the Hong Kong Open, winning both the men’s Singles and men’s Doubles titles as the...

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Local favorites Ho and Wong look for second Hong Kong Open...

The ITTF World Tour is in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Hong Kong this week for the second edition of the Hong Kong Open. The...

TABLE TENNIS: Ma and Chen sweep Singles titles at China Open

There was plenty of speculation whether China would be able to – once again – sweep all five titles at the China Open stop...

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Another sweep for China in the China Open Platinum?

After winning “only” two of four divisions in the 2017 China Open, the Chinese entries swept all five events in last year’s China Open,...

TABLE TENNIS: Ma keys World Championships sweep (again) for China

The 2019 Liebherr World Table Tennis Championships confirmed what most people already knew: China continues as the dominant force in the sport and Long...

TABLE TENNIS Preview: Fourth world title for Ning Ding in Budapest?

Today, Asian teams – and especially China – dominate the World Table Tennis Championships. But the Worlds started way back in 1926 and was...

TABLE TENNIS: China sweeps four of five titles in Qatar Open Platinum tournament

One Olympic champ won and another lost, but China showed itself as the sport’s powerhouse, winning four of five titles in the first ITTF...

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