The youngest athlete -- and the first born in the 21st century -- to represent the U.S. at the 2016 Olympics and the Table Tennis World Cup is changing American table tennis, one decision at a time.
Aruna Quadri, part of the ongoing Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) is relishing the prospect of playing in his second season in India, despite not having a coach for the longest time.
The new season of the Ultimate Table Tennis league is here -- sleeker, with fewer matches each day, two new venues and the express aim of giving the sport an image makeover.
Having led India to their best finish in 20 years at the world team championships in Sweden, both Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and Sharath Kamal say Indian table tennis is on the rise and are setting far higher standards than in the past.
Ping pong diplomacy is working for North and South Korea, who have combined their women's teams at the table tennis world championships.
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