July 2017

The staging of the annual ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open coupled with the rating of its players among the best in the world, Nigeria is fast becoming the hub of table tennis in Africa, says Ghana’s Derek Abrefa. Abrefa, who was

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. LOC selects media interns Sathiyan Gnanasekaran is the second Indian after Sharath Achanta to have won an ITTF Tour title after his triumph at the 2016 Belgium Open and 24-year-old believes he can repeat last year’s feat at the

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With the quality of players coupled with the presence of Africa’s highest ranked star – Aruna Quadri, men’s singles defending champion, Finland’s Benedek Olah has admitted that retaining the title would be difficult at this year’s ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open

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As the most successful player in the history of the championship and since the inception of the ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open in 2013, Egypt’s Omar Assar has been unbeaten apart from his absence in 2016, which paved way for Finland’s

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Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri and Portugal’s Jieni Shao are number one seeds in the men and women singles of the 2017 ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open ‘Lagos 2017. In the seeding list released at the weekend by the International Table Tennis Federation

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Few weeks before the kick off of the 2017 ITTF Africa Cup in Morocco, Egypt’s Dina Meshref graduated with a bachelor’s in business administration from The American University in Cairo (AUC) and also earned the Omar Mohsen Athletic Achievement Cup

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For this year’s ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open ‘Lagos 2017’, Europe tops entries list just as the tournament set a new record as the largest turnout of countries with over 22 countries including host – Nigeria beating the registration deadline on

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Having made vital impression at the just concluded 2017 ITTF Africa Cup, Algeria’s Sami Kherouf and Tunisia’s Safa Saidani won the respective Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles titles at the immediately ensuing North African Championships. The event staged in the

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Nigeria’s Quadri ARUNA and Egypt’s Dina MESHREF have emerged Champions at the 2017 ITTF-African Cup that concluded yesterday 3 July 2017 in Agadir, Morocco, to secure their places at the 2017 ITTF Men’s & Women’s World Cups later this year.

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