Countdown to Busan 2024 – 100 Days Until Table Tennis Takes Korea Republic by Storm.

  • 40 men’s teams & 40 women’s teams to compete for glory in Busan
  • First-Ever ITTF World Table Tennis Championships Finals hosted in Korea Republic
  • Busan 2024 to also serve as a qualifier event for Paris 2024
  • Media Accreditation is now open Read More

Latest Headlines from ITTF

  • by Tristan Lavier
    Following the resounding success of the Mixed Team World Cup, the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) announced the eagerly anticipated return of the Men’s and Women’s Singles World Cups. Scheduled to unfold in the vibrant city of Macao, China, these prestigious events are slated for April 2024. The chosen venue for this exhilarating showcase is […]
  • by Tristan Lavier
    The past week fans in Chengdu have been treated to an exhilarating spectacle of talent and determination with China emerging victorious, swiftly defeating Korea Republic 8-1 and have forever etched their name in history as the first ever champions of the ITTF Mixed Team World Cup. Top seed of the tournament, China displayed an incredible […]
  • by Nathiyaah Sakthimogan
    Since 6 December, the Chengdu National Key Table Tennis Training School has been the host of an extraordinary event, hosting the prestigious Global Youth Training Camp that will last till 18 December. It is a convergence of the world’s most promising youth table tennis talents, a collaboration by the ITTF High Performance and the Chinese […]
  • by Tristan Lavier
    Here comes the climax of the inaugural ITTF Mixed Team World Cup, an eagerly awaited moment that will witness the crowning of the event’s champion with a new trophy rich in artistry and significance – The Guoliang-Sörling Trophy.  Meticulously crafted by the esteemed Zhu Bingren, recognised as a distinguishe Chinese Master of Arts and Crafts […]
  • by Tristan Lavier
    The penultimate day of the ITTF Mixed Team World Cup has come and gone and proved as dramatic as anticipated with Japan placing third on the ladder and guaranteed to be taking home the bronze medal after losing to China 5-8 in a tight contest. China and Korea Republic remain in contention for the medal […]
  • by Nathiyaah Sakthimogan
    Korea Republic have made waves in Chengdu on the third day of Stage 2 action, defeating third seed Japan 8-4 in a captivating match, and setting them on the path to play top seed China for the gold medal at the inaugural ITTF Mixed Team World Cup. Coming off hot after two swift wins yesterday, […]

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