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Table Tennis


Overexuberance costs Zhang prize money

China’s newly crowned World Cup winner Zhang Jike was fined his entire prize money of US$45,000 after destroying two advertising boards while celebrating victory in Sunday’s final in Germany.Zhang,...

October 28, 2014, Tuesday


Zhang's over-the-top celebration costs him his prize money

CHINA'S newly-crowned World Cup winner Zhang Jike was fined his entire prize money of $45,000 after destroying two advertising boards while celebrating victory in Sunday's final. Zhang, the Olympic champion, ...

October 27, 2014, Monday


China overcomes Zhang upset to sweep team table tennis worlds

CHINA overcame the shock upset of world and Olympic champion Zhang Jike to sweep the men’s and women’s titles at the World Team Table Tennis Championships yesterday. In front of thousands of fans at Tokyo’s ...

May 6, 2014, Tuesday


China enjoys easy ride to finals

DEFENDING champion China overpowered Chinese Taipei 3-0 yesterday to advance to the finals of the world team championships in Tokyo. Xu Xin set the tone for China with an 11-7, 11-8, 11-8 win over Chen ...

May 5, 2014, Monday


Big man at the table

Retired basketball star Yao Ming of Shanghai plays table tennis with Liu Guoliang, head coach of China's men's table tennis team today at the Minhang campus of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. China's national table tennis team visits Shanghai Jiao Tong University today to meet local students. World champions, including Zhang Jike, Ma Long, Ma Lin and Wang Liqin, participated in the event. Yao Ming, who played for the NBA's Houston Rockets, is currently studying at Antai College of Economics and Management of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and attended the event as a special guest. -- Dong Jun...

December 3, 2013, Tuesday


Zhang wins, historic first for Chinese Taipei

CHINESE Taipei claimed an historic first world title as the pairing of Chuang Chih-Yuan and Chen Chien-An won the men's doubles at the table tennis World Championships in Paris on Sunday. Also, defending champion......

May 21, 2013, Tuesday


Zhang remains on course for world title

REIGNING champion Zhang Jike remained on course to defend his title at the World Table Tennis Championships in Paris yesterday after shrugging off Germany's Patrick Baum to reach the semifinals. Fourth seed Zhang......

May 20, 2013, Monday


All-Chinese pairings in women's semis

DEFENDING champion and top seed Ding Ning moved into the semifinals of the world championships in Paris yesterday after dispatching North Korea's Ri Myong Sun. Ri, ranked 44th in the world, had dropped just one......

May 19, 2013, Sunday


Ding leads Chinese armada into next round

TOP seed and defending champion Ding Ning of China breezed past Dederko Zhenhua of Australia 4-0 to reach the second round at the world championships in Paris yesterday. Ding, also silver medalist at last year's......

May 16, 2013, Thursday


Zhang, Ding ready to defend world titles in Paris

DEFENDING champion Zhang Jike says he is relishing his return to Paris this week as he aims to retain his title won two years ago in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, at the world championships. Zhang defeated Chinese......

May 15, 2013, Wednesday


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