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Majority of the foreign players that featured in the just concluded ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open ‘Lagos 2017’ are looking forward to return for the next edition in 2018. African and European players are singing same song after having a swell

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For the support he has always enjoyed whenever he is playing in Lagos, Egypt’s Omar Assar believes the fans played a crucial role in his triumph at the ITTF Nigeria Open ‘Lagos 2017’. The Egyptian who made history as the

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Before departing Nigeria to Oman, Salako Oluyomi love sport but his undying passion for basketball and football put his interest for table tennis on hold. Particularly for a young lad growing up in the Northern part of Nigeria – Jos

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As a junior player, 22-year-old Olajide Omotayo was a delight to watch and after working his way into the national team coupled with his scintillating performance at the 2017 World Championships in Germany, the Italy-based star is growing in confidence

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When the ITTF Nigeria Open was test run in 2013 as Lagos Classics, Cecilia Akpan claimed the women’s singles title but since she can only boast of silver medal in the women’s doubles event in 2015. With two days to

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In 2009, Li Ping represented his country of birth – China and his partnership with compatriot – Cao Zhen claimed the mixed doubles title at the World Championships in Japan. Now he has changed nationality to Qatar and since switching

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Thrice Dina Meshref has made it to the final of the ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open ‘Lagos 2017’ and she has been unfortunate to have miss out from the title and again the African champion is coming to Lagos to right

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The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has unveiled seeding list for the doubles events of the ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open ‘Lagos 2017’. In the men’s doubles seeding list, India’s duo of GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan and SHETTY Sanil are number one while

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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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