Britain's Liam Pitchford beat Germany's former world number one Timo Boll in Linz today to earn a place in the semi-finals of the International Table Tennis Federation Austrian Open.
China's Rio 2016 and world champion Ding Ning won her third Women's World Cup title on the home ground of Chengdu today as she earned a remorseless victory in four straight games against compatriot and defending champion Zhu Yuling.
Ding Ning delights home crowd to join other top seeds in semi-finals at ITTF Women's World Cup in Chengdu
China's Olympic and world champion Ding Ning secured the last semi-final place at the International Table Tennis Federation's Women's World Cup in Chengdu as all four top seeds lived up to their billing.
China's Zhu Yuling will aim to defend her International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Women's World Cup title on home soil in the edition that gets underway in her home city of Chengdu tomorrow and runs until Sunday (September 30).
China’s Xu Xin and Ding Ning won the respective men’s and women’s singles titles today at the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Bulgaria Open event in Panagyurishte.
China are looking for a golden double in singles competition at the International Table Tennis Federation Bulgaria Open event following the conclusion of the semi-finals in Panagyurishte.
Top seed and defending champion Dimitrij Ovtcharov of Germany made a shock exit from the International Table Tennis Federation’s Bulgaria Open in Panagyurishte today.
The Chinese men's and women's Rio 2016 Olympic champions, Ma Long and Ding Ning, are among the favourites who will compete in the International Table Tennis Federation's Bulgaria Open as the main tournament gets underway in Panagyurishte tomorrow.
China’s men and women teams re-asserted their continuing dominance of the world game as they secured, respectively, their seventh and eighth successive titles in the International Table Tennis Federation’s Team World Cup with 3-0 victories over Japan at the Copper Box Arena on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
Germany’s Timo Boll and China’s Ding Ning have been crowned the respective male and female table tennis stars for 2017.
China's Chen Xingtong completed an audacious run from the qualifying tournament to the women's singles final at the International Table Tennis Federation Swedish Open in Stockholm with victory over second seed and compatriot Zhu Yuling.
World champions Ma Long and Ding Ning headline the nominees for the 2017 male and female table tennis star awards.
Nigeria’s Quadri Aruna upset fifth seed Wong Chun Ting of Hong Kong to reach the second round of the men's singles event at the International Table Tennis Federation Swedish Open in Stockholm.
The 2017 International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Tour is due to conclude this week with the Swedish Open as some of the world’s top players look to secure their place at next month’s Grand Finals.
Dimitrij Ovtcharov became Germany’s first winner of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) China Open title in 11 years after beating the last and only other player to achieve the feat, Timo Boll, in the final in Chengdu.