Anthony Ho appointed ITTF-Oceania President

Following the election of James Morris to ITTF Executive Vice President, Fiji’s Anthony Ho has been appointed as President of ITTF-Oceania. Anthony Ho brings to the role a wealth of experience. Since 2004, Mr. Ho has held the position of President of the Fiji Table Tennis Association and has been a member of the Oceania […]

Events Officer and Oceania Participation Officer Appointed

ITTF-Oceania is pleased to announce that Ignacio Rizo Patron has been appointed Events Officer, while Rowan Fajerman has taken on the role of Oceania Participation Officer. Ignacio Rizo Patron has a strong background in sports and event management. He completed his tertiary studies at Bond University, attaining a Bachelor of Sport Management. Up until this appointment Ignacio worked […]

TT Technician: fifth game in the fast lane 

In this week’s TT Technician we will be looking at the final game of the Men’s Singles 3rd Place playoff at the 2017 ITTF-Oceania Cup between Yoshua Shing (VAN) and Matthew Ball (NZL). It was a historic win for Shing, claiming his first medal in the ITTF-Oceania Cup against an in form Ball, who in […]

Australia cleanup in Korea

The Australia team will have some gold to declare at customs after picking up two titles at the PTT Korea Open yesterday. Nathan Pellissier backed up his win just days ago in Chinese Taipei by taking out the Class 8 Men’s Singles title in Mungyeong. He had to come through two five game encounters on […]

Count backs and clean sheets in Korea

Australia is out in force at the Korea PTT Open with a squad of 12 taking the courts in Mungyeong. Daniela Di Toro put up a standout performance and is through to the semifinals of the Women’s Singles Class 4-5. She defeated her group’s top seed 3-1. But with three players each with one loss, […]