Weikert was elected as the ITTF head in May
'The main players on the men’s team are physically exhausted due to continuous participation in competitions, and when injury and illness are added, they are not in a competitive state.'
Top Ma Long, Fan Zhendong and Xu Xin did not turn up for their Round of 16 matches
Ma Long, Fan Zhendong and Xu Xin, who are the top three players in the world, did not show up for their second-round singles matches at the China Open
QATAR Table Tennis Association (QTTA) President Khalil Ahmed Al Mohannadi retained his post as vice-president of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) until 2021 following the elections held in Dusseldorf, Germany, last week.
Thomas Weikert, who is almost certain to retain International Table Tennis Federation’s presidency, speaks about his future goals.
THE withdrawal of QTTA President Khalil Ahmed Al Mohannadi, who is now the deputy vice-president of ITTF, from the world body’s presidency election is a big boost for incumbent Thomas Weikert’s chances.
FORMER world No.1 player Jean-Michel Saive, who is contesting against Thomas Weikert for the International Table Tennis Federation’s (ITTF) presidency, is a legendary figure in Belgium.
Doha has been made the new headquarters of Arab Table Tennis Union (ATTU). The decision was taken at its extraordinary general assembly held in the Qatari capital last week.
EL JAISH had an incredible season by making a clean sweep of domestic titles — Qatar League, Qatar Cup, Singles and Doubles Championships and Emir’s Cup.
QATAR will host the first of six legs of International Table Tennis Federation’s (ITTF) World Tour Platinum events in March, 2018.
QATAR Table Tennis Association (QTTA) President Khalil Ahmed Al Mohannadi withdrew his nomination for the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) presidency ahead of the elections in Dusseldorf, Germany, on May 31.
The Qatari has announced that he would run for the position of ITTF Executive Vice-President at the ITTF elections to be held on May 3.
Jaish make a clean sweep of domestic table tennis titles by winning the Emir’s Cup.
HOLDERS El Jaish were clubbed with Al Ahli, Al Khor, Al Rayyan and Al Arabi in Group A of the Emir’s Cup, which starts at the Qatar Table Tennis training centre on April 19.