April 2019

The performance of African players at the 2019 ITTF World Championships in Budapest has attracted accolades and encouragement from the continental ruling body. From the President of African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF), Khaled El-Salhy, the players gave their best and

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Majority of the African players that featured in the 2019 ITTF World Championships failed to make it beyond the group stages. Players from Algeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Congo DRC, Congo Brazzaville, Mauritius and Madagascar all failed to win any match in

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Aruna Quadri could not find the solution to the ferocious shots of China’s Fan Zhendong in the third round of men’s singles at the 2019 ITTF World Championships holding in Budapest, Hungary. Despite a good start from the African champion,

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The journey to glory for African super stars at the ITTF World Championships begins on Tuesday April 23 as the main draw of the men and women singles serves in Budapest, Hungary. Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri and Egypt’s Omar Assar will

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Ajoke Ojomu started her debut at the 2019 World Championships on a good note after recording a convincing 4-1 win over Luxembourg’s Sarah Meyer in the group opener in Budapest. The 19-year-old was on the winning side in the explosive

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The search for glory by African stars continues as the 55th World Table Tennis Championships serve off on Sunday April 21 at the Hungexpo in Budapest, Hungary. With only three players from Africa making the seeding list in the men

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When Ethel Jacks walked into the venue of the 2019 ITTF Africa Junior and Cadet Championships – Sports Trust Emporium in Accra, Ghana not many of the players knew who she was. But some of the older coaches quickly recognised

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It is a record entry for this year’s African Junior and Cadet Championships holding in Ghana and it serves as qualification for the ITTF World Junior Championships (WJC) with 21 African teams slugging it out for the limited slots available

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For the first time in the history of the African Junior and Cadet Championships, an entry record will be achieved this year in Accra, Ghana as over 180 players from 20 African nations will be competing at the continental tournament.

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