Table Tennis Videos

See the best players in the world in these table tennis videos.
Watch the best players in action and improve your game...

Table Tennis Videos

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Watch the Best 25 TT Videos on YouTube

Well, in my opinion, the best way to improve your game is to get individual coaching from a qualified table tennis coach and then practice what you've been taught.

But whether you have the benefit of a qualified coach or not, another excellent way to improve your game is to watch the best players in action.

By watching the techniques employed by the best players in the world and then incorporating those techniques into your own game, you can always find ways to improve your own game.

Attending international table tennis tournaments is always a great experience, but if that's not possible, it's a good idea to watch table tennis videos instead.


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The World Championships

The premier competition for professional table tennis players is the World Table Tennis Championship.

Alongside the Olympic Games, the World Championship is where every table tennis player wants to be ... and perform at their best in order to claim the title of World Champion.

Since 2000, the World Table Tennis Championship has been split into two separate competitions.

Team events are now held in even numbered years, whilst individual events (singles and doubles) are held in odd numbered years.

 

2010 World Championships

The 2010 World Team Table Tennis Championships took place in Moscow, Russia from 23-30 May 2010.

China were the clear favourites to retain their men's team title which they won in 2008 in the city of Guangzhou, China, and they faced Germany in the 2010 final for The Swaythling Cup.

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the 2010 men's team final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 

 

 

1997 World Championships

And here's a very special table tennis video which features the best player of all time, Jan-Ove Waldner

The 1997 World Table Tennis Championships took place in Manchester, England from 24 April-5 May 1997.

Jan-Ove Waldner was up against Vladimir Samsonov in the men's singles final.

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the 1997 men's singles final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 


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The Olympic Games

Olympic Games logo

The Olympic Games is probably the most important table tennis event on the calendar, and all the top players are desperate to qualify.

 

2008 Olympic Games

The 2008 Olympics were held in Beijing, China and the men's team competition was fantastic.

The final was between the host nation and overwhelming favourites, China, and the best team in Europe, Germany.

You can read all the details of the 2008 Olympic Games Men's Team Event here.

So, for all of you who are interested in table tennis doubles, this table tennis video is just for you.

You'll see Germany's pairing of the left handed Timo Boll with right handed Christian Suss, against China's Wang Hao and Wang Liqin (both right handed).

Watch how each pair manoeuvre around the table as they play alternate shots. Fantastic. 

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the doubles match in the men's team event final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 

And here's another fantastic match to watch from the 2008 Olympic Games - the Mens Singles Final (Gold Medal match) between the World number one, Wang Hao, and World number two, Ma Lin. Enjoy. 

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the men's singles final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 


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The World Cup

The table tennis World Cup is for 19 selected players only.

With one representative from each of the six continents, plus the top eight players in the world rankings, a home association player, the current title holder, the current World Champion and two wild card entries, the World Cup is indeed for a very select group of players.

 

World Cup 2010 logo

The 2010 men's competition was staged in Magdeburg, Germany, from 29 to 31 October.

You can read all the details of the 2010 Men's World Cup here.

The 2010 final was contested between the current World Champion and world number 5, Wang Hao of China and world number 3, Zhang Jike of China.

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the men's singles final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 

 

 

2008 World Cup logo

The 2008 men's competition was staged in Liege, Belgium from 26 to 28 September.

It had one representative from each of the six continents, the top six eligible players in the world rankings, a home association player, the current World Cup holder, plus two wild card entries.

You can read all the details of the 2008 Men's World Cup here.

The 2008 final was contested between world number 1, Wang Hao of China and world number 7, Timo Boll of Germany.

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the men's singles final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 


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The European Championships

The European Table Tennis Championships first took place in 1958 in Hungary.

You can read all about them here.

Initially it was a biennial event, taking place in even numbered years, but now it's held every year during September or October.

European Championships 2010

In 2010 it was the turn of the Czech Republic to host this prestigious event from 11-19 September.

You can read all the details of the 2010 European Championships here.

The 2010 men's singles final was contested between Germany's Timo Boll and Patrick Baum.

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the men's singles final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 

 

 

European Championships 2008

2008 saw St Petersburg, Russia host this prestigious event from 4-12 October.

There were six events...

  • Mens Team
  • Womens Team
  • Mens Singles
  • Womens Singles
  • Mens Doubles
  • Womens Doubles

You can read all the details of the 2008 European Championships here.

The 2008 men's team event final was contested between Germany and Belarus.

table tennis videos   Watch a video of the men's team event final here. (Temporarily unavailable)

 


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