The Table Tennis Together program, established in 2011, is partnered with Lee County Parks and Recreation to offer individual and group lessons to the SWFL community.
TOKYO (AP) — The Voice of Table Tennis, aka Snakeman, isn’t quite at the top of the sport he loves. Maybe three levels below the U.S. national team, he says. But Adam Bobrow is still very good, able to hang, for some rallies, at least, with the best. More importantly, perhaps, he possesses an arsenal […]
TOKYO (AP) — For the fourth straight Olympics, Chinese men have swept the table tennis gold and silver medals in singles. Ma Long defended his Olympic title on Friday by beating teammate and top-ranked player Fan Zhendong 11-4, 10-12, 11-8, 11-9, 3-11, 11-7. The match was filled with extraordinary exchanges that often mounted in intensity […]
TOKYO (AP) — For the ninth straight Olympics, a Chinese woman won the gold medal in table tennis. Chen Meng beat teammate Sun Yingsha 9-11, 11-6, 11-4, 5-11, 11-4, 11-9 in the women’s singles final on Thursday, keeping China perfect in the event since its debut at the 1988 Seoul Games. Despite its predictability, the […]
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A tomahawk serve is one of the most powerful weapons in table tennis today, says Alex Horscroft in a recent Expert Table Tennis article. In fact, it is the one that often catches an opponent off guard. That is why Matthew Brumbeloe, 15-year-old table tennis champion in Birmingham’s Greystone community, has worked […]