Africa’s representatives at the 2017 ITTF World Cup, Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri and Egypt’s Omar Assar have been drawn in Group A and C of the three-day tournament holding in Liege, Belgium. The tournament which has the best 20 players drawn

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When Omar Assar started 2017, he set a target for himself and even when it seems things were not going his way, the Egyptian was not deterred from pursuing his dream. After losing the Africa Cup to Aruna Quadri (NGR)

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For the first time in the history of the ITTF World Cup, Africa will be presenting two representatives in the men’s event of the tournament holding next month in Liege, Belgium. It was the performance of the two best African

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When 15-year-old Yukail Naidoo made his international debut at the 2016 ITTF African Junior Championships in Algiers, it was obvious that the young South African had the skills but he was short of exposure like his counterparts from Nigeria, Egypt,

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After one-season the Belgian table tennis league, seven-time Olympian, Nigeria’s Segun Toriola returns to his former club – Argentan Bayad in the second division of the French league. Before moving to the Belgian league last season, Toriola, who is the

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At 37, El-Sayed Lashin is not ready to drop the racket for anything. He is considered one of the best players that have represented Egypt at various continental and international competitions. Attended three Olympic Games with several continental titles on

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At 24, Khalid Assar believes the future is still ahead of him and he hopes to capitalize on his recent move to Denmark to up his game. Khalid, who is the sibling of Omar Assar, is not ready to step

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At 29, Mohamed El-Beiali has established himself as integral member of the Egyptian national team and his performance against one of Africa’s finest stars, Aruna Quadri during the 2015 African Championships in Cairo gave him prominence globally. Mohamed El-Beiali who

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After successfully completed her education in May at the University of Technology in Brunei, Widaad Gukhool was eager to follow her dream of playing outside the shore of Mauritius. She started to train harder in order to be in top

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