China has been the most successful nation in Olympic table tennis, winning 53 medals (32 gold, ...
The ITTF World Table Tennis Championships Finals open in Houston on 23 November 2021. Houston will also host the ITTF Annual General Meeting and the celebration for the 50th Anniversary of the Ping Pong Diplomacy. There is only a month to go until the opening of 2021 ITTF World Table Tennis ...
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In 1926, meetings were held in Berlin and London that led to the formation of the International Table Tennis Federation. The first World Championships were held in London in 1926, but the sport had to wait a long time before it was given its Olympic debut at the 1988 Seoul Games.
First appearance of table tennis as a compulsory sport at the Universiade in Bangkok, Thailand: 2008: China sweeps the Team championships in Guangzhou China wins all the Gold at the Beijing Olympic Games: 2010: Table Tennis is part of the first Youth Olympic Games: 2012
Olympic Champions Singles W : CHN: Ding Ning: Singles M: CHN: Ma Long : Team W: CHN: Ding Ning : Li Xiaoxia: Liu Shiwen: Team M: CHN: Zhang Jike : Xu Xin: Ma Long: These facts about olympic Table Tennis and the Rio 2016 Table Tennis events are based on the official olympic reports and the Olympian Database
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Of the 11 players, Ma Long, Jan-Ove Waldner, Liu Guoliang, Kong Linghui, and Zhang Jike are five who have completed all the Grand Slams in their career. So we rank the highest. Table of Content. Ma Long. Jan-Ove Waldner. Liu Guoliang. Kong Linghui. Zhang Jike.
Qiao Hong : Image : Qiao Hong. Qiao was born on the 21 st of November, 1968 in Hubei, China and like Guo, she won a total of four major medals in her career making her one of the best table tennis players of all time. She achieved two Olympic gold medals, a silver and a bronze while her career was active.
Table tennis, ball game similar in principle to lawn tennis and played using a lightweight hollow ball and paddles on a flat table divided into two equal courts by a net. Popularly known by the trademarked name Ping-Pong, it is a common recreational activity as well as a competitive Olympic sport.