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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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Outside table tennis, Sarah Hanffou is a legal practitioner who officially opened her law firm in France early this year. But the Camerounian is not deterred by her professional commitment to justice and equity as she will be part of

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At 28, Arnachellum Allan is the captain of the Mauritius nation team to several competitions and after making his last appearance at the World Championship in Paris 2013, he will be returning to big stage for the Indian Ocean Island

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For the first time in 16 years, Ghana will be competing at the ITTF World Championship with a two-man team led by Derek Abrefa. Derek Abrefa, who is Ghana’s number one star, will be joined by Celia Baah-Danso, who will

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In the last two years, 18-year-old Jalim Nandeshwaree has established herself as the number one female player for Mauritius and her dominance has pitched her against some of the best players in Africa. But in April 2019, the teenager will

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Twenty-six year Khaled Assar has been listed among the eight-man team named by the Egyptian Table Tennis Federation (ETTF) for the 2019 World Championship holding in Budapest, Hungary next month and having fought his way to the main draw of

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Outside table tennis, Sarah Hanffou is a legal practitioner who officially opened her law firm in France early this year. But the Camerounian is not deterred by her professional commitment to justice and equity as she will be part of

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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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