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

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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

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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

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

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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 Preview: Fourth world title for Ning Ding in Budapest?

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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

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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...

TABLE TENNIS: Third Women’s World Cup title for Ning Ding

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Two-time Olympic champion and three-time World Champion Ning Ding of China won her third World Cup title with a straight-set sweep of teammate Yuling...

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