Australia’s table tennis star Melissa Tapper admits she has visualised winning gold at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games – but she is now determined to turn her dreams into reality.
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Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Andrea McDonnell has announced her retirement from Para-table tennis.
Britain's Paralympic table tennis champion Will Bayley has raised £25,000 ($32,700/€27,700) for Great Ormond Street Hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.
Table Tennis Australia (TTA) and Paralympics Australia has partnered to establish a coaching working group with the aim of developing the next generation of Para-table tennis stars.
American Para-table tennis player Tahl Leibovitz is set to compete at his sixth Paralympic Games after being selected for Tokyo 2020.
Virtus is seeking people to join the organisation's Table Tennis Committee.
International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons has joined the tributes for Hungary's Dr. András Fejes, following his death at the age of 74.
Chilean table tennis player Matias Pino has been stripped of the gold medal he won at the 2019 Parapan American Games in Lima after failing a drugs test.
Table tennis player Luis Flores has been named as the Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) athlete of the month for January.
Defending women's champion Naomi Osaka was beaten in the third round of the Australian Open today by 15-year-old United States prodigy Coco Gauff, while 38-year-old legend Serena Williams also exited the tournament.
Table Tennis Australia (TTA) has named Melissa Tapper and Jake Ballestrino as co-captains of their national Para-squad for 2020.
Britain's Will Bayley has claimed that defending his title at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo is more important than anything else after pulling out of Strictly Come Dancing.
Britain's Paralympic gold medallist Will Bayley has been forced to pull out of Strictly Come Dancing with an injury less than a year before Tokyo 2020.
France's Rio 2016 Paralympic Games champion Fabien Lamirault, winner of the class 2 men's singles at the Para European Table Tennis Championships in Sweden, completed a golden double, as he and partner Stephane Molliens won the team title with a 2-0 win over Serbia.
Poland's pairing of Rafal Czuper and Tomasz Jakimczuk, who defeated the class 1-2 second seeds Rasul Nazirov and Dimitry Lavrov of Russia 2-0 on the first day of team competition at the Para European Table Tennis Championships in Sweden, have reached tomorrow’s semi-finals, where they play Serbia.