April 2015

Prior to 2000, Jude Okoh was an integral member of the Nigeria national table tennis team but when an opportunity came his way to travel to Mexico, he did not waste time to grab it. On getting to Mexico, he

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The President of the African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF), Khaled El-Salhy believes the seeding was the undoing of African players at the ongoing ITTF World Championships in Suzhou, China. Khaled who was not happy with the performance of the teams

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I did not play well because I was tired. I wanted to win 4-0 but it was a bit difficult for me because she was using pimples at her backhand. I had to be careful in her backhand. But I think she played better than me.

Olufunke OSHONAIKE (NGR)

For years, he has been represented his adopted country, Congo Brazzaville in various world championships and after three years absence from the Congolese team, Nigeria-born Lawal Abiodun returns to the team with a lot of optimism.  Being a realist, the

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Being the only player to do Africa proud at the 2013 edition of the World Championship in Paris, France, Egypt’s Omar Assar believes he is looking beyond this performance considering the giant stride he made in the last two months.

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Located off the south east coast of the African continent, the splendidly located island of Madagascar was the recent home for series of Basic Umpires and Basic Referees Courses. Organised under the auspices of the ITTF Development Programme, proceedings commenced

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Situated in the Indian Ocean, some 1,200 miles (2,000 kilometres) off the south east coast of the African continent; an intense schedule awaits in Mauritius. The Mauritius Junior and Cadet Open, the first ever ITTF Junior Circuit tournament to be

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