March 2019

Sami Kherouf of Algeria has proved in recent times that he can rock the boat with the best players in Africa and this he has shown in several continental competitions. He has become a key member of the Algerian team

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When Olajide Omotayo made his debut at the 2017 World Championship in Dusseldorf, Germany, the Nigerian fought his way to the knockout stage of the men’s singles defeating Romania’s Cristian Pletea to record of the upsets in the German city.

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Still relishing her experience at Dusseldorf 2017, Yousra Helmy is already looking forward to another exciting display at the 2019 showpiece in Budapest as Germany-based Omar Assar leads an eight-man Egyptian team to Hungary next month. Yousra Helmy who has

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Apart from the usual suspects in the team, Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF) have named a debutant – 20-year-old Ajoke Ojomu in the seven-man team heading to the 2019 World Championship holding in Budapest, Hungary. Ajoke Ojomu is a former

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One player in Africa that is yet to utilise her huge potential in table tennis is Edem Offiong of Nigeria. The Spain-based former African champion has been unlucky at several continental competitions in the last two years that she most

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Since making his debut in 2008 for his adopted country in 2008 in Guangzhou, China, Abiodun Lawal has been a consistent member of the Central African nation. He returned to the team at the 2018 World Team Championship in Halmstad,

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Since Mohamed El-Beiali, 30, secured his place in the Egyptian national team in 2015, the Turkish-based star has remained an integral part of the team to several international and continental competitions. His skills and enterprising style of play came to

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