Hosts England set-up a men's semi-final with powerhouse China after defeating Brazil 3-1 in the last eight of the International Table Tennis Federation Team World Cup in London.
From whiff whaff and Gossima beginnings, table tennis continues to be a smash hit as sport prepares to come home
Post London 2012, the Copper Box Arena - which hosted handball, modern pentathlon and goalball during those glorious Olympic and Paralympic Games - has been used for a variety of other sports, including basketball, badminton, netball and wheelchair rugby.
England have announced that they will be sending 11 table tennis players to represent the country at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.
Australia have announced their diving, shooting and table tennis teams for this year's Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast.
Egypt's Omar Assar was a big casualty as main draw action began today at the International Table Tennis Federation Hungarian Open.
Fan Zhendong will be seeking to start 2018 in a similar way to how he ended 2017 when main draw action at the International Table Tennis Federation Hungarian Open begins in Budapest tomorrow.
Germany’s Dimitrij Ovtcharov and China’s Chen Meng are the new world number ones on the new ITTF World Rankings.
Three new equipment partnerships have been unveiled by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) for next year's Team World Cup in London, it has been announced.
Germany's Dimitrij Ovtcharov will be the new world number one when the rankings are released on January 1 following a victory in the 2017 International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Tour Grand Finals in Astana today.
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Team World Cup in London is set to attract an international audience of 500 million people and is seen as a chance to increase the popularity of the sport in Britain.
English newcomer Tom Jarvis produced a shock win against a player formerly ranked in the world's top 10 as qualification action continued at the International Table Tennis Federation Swedish Open in Stockholm.
Dimitrij Ovtcharov emerged as the winner of a dramatic men’s singles final at the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) German Open.
Timo Boll reached the semi-finals of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) German Open as his bid for a record fifth title at his home event stayed alive.
Home fans were left celebrating as three local players progressed to the main draw in the International Table Tennis Federation World Tour Platinum German Open in Magdeburg.
Japan’s Miyu Nagasaki progressed to the main draw of the International Table Tennis Federation World Tour Platinum German Open in Magdeburg.