Flashback to gold; 15 years since Li Chunli conquered the Commonwealth

“I thought I could be the champion.” Li Chunli That thought became reality on the 4th of August 2002. It is 15 years to the day since New Zealand’s Li Chunli won Gold in the Women’s Singles at the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games. Ranked No.45 in the world at the time, Li defeated the No.1 seed […]

Dhooria falls short in Hong Kong

Australia’s Rohan Dhooria has fallen just short of a medal in the Junior Boys’ Team Event at the ITTF Hang Seng Hong Kong Junior & Cadet Open. Dhooria’s Mixed Team was knocked out by an in form Chinese Taipei, who secured the match 3-0. There was some consolation for Dhooria who was able to put a […]

Maindraw for Dhooria’s Mixed Team

It was a busy schedule for the two Australians competing at the ITTF Hang Seng Hong Kong Junior & Cadet Open. Both Rohan Dhooria and Parleen Kuar were put through their paces with five teams matches between them on the opening day of action. Dhooria and his international compatriots in the Mixed Team were able to […]

Jake Duffy’s Seamaster ITTF Training Camp experience

Australia’s Jake Duffy recently attended the Seamaster ITTF Training Camp at the China Table Tennis College, and was provide a scholarship through the ITTF-Oceania Development Program to assist in his attendance. Checkout Jake’s experience below as he reports back on what it was like training in China. Introduction The ITTF SeaMaster training camp held in […]

Tauramoa Miita’s journey

Follow the inspiring story of Tauramoa Miita as he brings us into his daily journey to become a table tennis player. Tauramoa comes from Kiribati, a country facing troubles with rising sea levels, and has gone on to represent his country at the ITTF-Oceania Junior Championships, and also the 2015 ITTF World Cadet Challenge. He […]