Peter Scudner Elected Chairman of USA Table Tennis
USATT Jan. 29, 2015
The Board of Directors of USA Table Tennis elected Peter Scudner as their new Chairman for the next two year term.
Brother & Sister Duo Prachi and Kanak Jha Focused on Pan Am/National Team Trials
Barbara Wei Jan. 29, 2015
Prachi and Kanak Jha first learned how to play table tennis over 5 years ago after being introduced to the sport by their parents. Today, the 17 and 14-year-old table tennis duo from California train at various clubs around the area and are household names for serious American table tennis enthusiasts.
Virtual table tennis drops the ball on gross motor skills
Jan. 28, 2015
Children playing table tennis on a game console move their arms faster and further than those playing in real life but miss out on the development of key gross motor skills, according to a WA study.
Entry List for 2015 Pan Am and NT Trials
Doru Gheorghe Jan. 28, 2015
Dates: March 6-8, 2015 | Location: Fort Worth, TX, USA | Venue: Texas Wesleyan University- Sid Richardson Gymnasium, 1100 S Collard St., Fort Worth, TX 76105
3 Media Internships Available at the Qoros 2015 World Table Tennis Championships
ITTF Jan. 27, 2015
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) is offering three (3) media internships to work for the ITTF at the Qoros 2015 World Table Tennis Championships in Suzhou, China from 26 April - 3 May 2015.
DHS Top 10 Points - Wang Hao
ITTF Jan. 26, 2015
To celebrate the recently retired Wang Hao's career, we look back at his top 10 rallies, presented by DHS!
The Forehand Tomahawk Serve
Samson Dubina Jan. 26, 2015
Samson Dubina shares insight into improving your most lethal serve!
Off the Table - Quadri Aruna
ITTF Jan. 26, 2015
You know what ITTF's 2014 Male Table Tennis Star Quadri Aruna Nigeria is like on the table tennis table, now it is time to learn how he is off the table by watching in depth player profile interview.
How to Return the Sidespin Serve
Brian Pace Jan. 26, 2015
Dynamic Table Tennis helps you develop your service return against sidespin.
Watch How This Armless Table Tennis Player Can Compete with Champions
Jan. 26, 2015
The Egyptian table tennis player, Ibrahim Hamato, was 10 years old when he lost both of his arms in a horrific accident. He learned to play tennis by holding the paddle in his mouth and now Hamato can compete with some of the world’s best competitors.