April 2018

A major step forward was made on Monday April 30 at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) as a new constitution that will promote good governance and transparency was adopted by over 30 delegates

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Team Nigeria continued their march to the Championship Division at the 2018 ITTF World Team Championships holding in Halmstad, Sweden while Egypt suffered their second group defeat of the competition. Having won their first group match against Turkey convincingly, Nigeria

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Despite Egypt’s 3-2 loss to Germany in the first group match of the men’s Championship Division at the 2018 ITTF World Team Championships, Omar Assar stole the show with his superb display against the European Champion. The loss to the

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The best table tennis playing nations in Africa – Egypt and Nigeria will lead other teams from the continent to the 2018 ITTF World Team Championships holding in Halmstad, Sweden. The eight-day tournament kicks off on Sunday April 29 at

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This year’s ITTF Nigeria Open will witness a new vista as the Africa’s elite tournament will be live stream on Twitter for its users across the globe. This was made known when the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and Twitter

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Despite missing out in the gold medal battle against Singapore’s Gao Ning, Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri has said that he was satisfied with the silver medal than going for bronze at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games held in Australia. Having

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Since Segun Toriola won the maiden men’s singles title at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester 2002, Aruna Quadri will be the second Nigeria to be playing in the final of the men’s singles as he takes two-time silver medalist, Singapore’s

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Nigeria is a leading light for Africa in the table tennis event of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia after the West African team breezed to the last 16 of the men’s team event. The second African team

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Cherif Gbane is the fans’ delight at the ongoing World Junior Circuit in Abidjan but the 16-year-old who failed to make it to the podium is not giving up on his dream of becoming the best. His progress to the

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