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View All Articles |  PaddlePalace.com [recent-posts] Official Ball for the 2017 World Championships Nittaku 3-Star Premium 40+ Official Ball for the 2017 National Championships Nittaku 3-Star Premium 40+ NITTAKU PREMIUM 40+  is chosen as the official ball for the next World Championships taking place in Dusseldorf, Germany May 29 through June 5, 2017. Nittaku is the “Official […]

Stiga Mantra Medium & Hard – New Equipment Review by USATT

Review by Matt Hetherington, USATT, Aug. 15, 2017   Tested Equipment: Blade: DONIC Waldner Senso Carbon V1 Rubber: Stiga Mantra M (Forehand), Stiga Mantra H (Backhand) Rubber Specs: Mantra H: Spin Elastic, Hard Sponge, 47 degree hardness Mantra M: Spin Elastic, Medium Sponge, 45 degree hardness Supplier Statement: The new STIGA Mantra is developed with […]

Timo Boll signs contract with 1.5 Million T2 Asian-Pacific Table Tennis League

timoIt has been rumored, but now it is official: T2 Asia-Pacific (T2 APAC), the new table tennis league, starting in the summer of 2017, reported Timo Boll’s commitment on their website. The number 12 of the World Cup and number one of Borussia Düsseldorf is Germany’s first participant in the completely new and lucrative tournament format, which offers a total prize money of 1.5 million dollars.

LIEBHERR WM with new color concept: Black tables for the champions

tableThe LIEBHERR World Championships 2017 in Düsseldorf (29 May to 5 June) will not only write about sports history. For the first time in the world championships, a new color concept with black tables is taking shape, the presentation of the center-court tables in the exhibition hall 6 has been gold-clad for the presentation in Germany and provided with a World Cup logo and German colors.

Table Tennis Tidbits by Robert Ho: 2016 China Super League

SuperLeagueThe China Super League consists of teams composed of players from China and other countries. The players from China include both the currently top 4 men and women respectively who are familiar to fans, because they are the chosen ones for the World Tour. The other Chinese players are infrequently seen on the world stage or not at all. The non Chinese players are usually among the best from…

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