2024 Olympic Games
Table Tennis Schedule

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Where and when do the 2024 Olympic Games table tennis schedule get underway? Find out here...

 By Martin Hughes
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The Table Tennis competition at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will be played at South Paris Arena 4, inside the Paris Expo, an exhibition and convention centre 14km to the south of the Olympic and Paralympic Village.

Location of Paris Expo and other venues around Paris Location of Paris Expo and other venues around Paris

The competition will be played from Saturday 27 July to Saturday 10 August 2024 and consists of five medal events - men's singles, women's singles, men's team event, women's team event and mixed doubles.

South Paris Arena 4 will have a capacity for 6,650 spectators.

Paris Expo Centre

In addition to table tennis and Para table tennis in Arena 4, volleyball and boccia will take place in Arena 1, whilst goalball, handball and weightlifting will take place in Arena 6.

Built in 1923 to host the Paris Trade Fair (Foire de Paris), the complex has been developed extensively over the years and can now adapt for a wide range of requirements and configurations.

An ambitious renovation programme, based on three phases over 10 years, has just been completed to modernise its infrastructure.

After the 2024 Olympic Games have finished, the Paris Expo will continue to host shows, fairs and conventions throughout the year.


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Table Tennis Competition

Singles events

Up to 70 places per gender are available for the singles events.

These events will use a single-elimination format.

The winners of the two semi-finals in each event compete for the gold medal, while the semi-final losers play for the bronze medal.

Team events

16 teams per gender will qualify for the team event and it will use a single-elimination format.

The winners of the two semi-finals in each event compete for the gold medal, while the semi-final losers play for the bronze medal.

Each team consists of three players, and each match consists of four singles matches and one doubles match.

Individual matches are the best of five games.

Mixed Doubles event

16 pairs will qualify for the Mixed Doubles event and it will use a single-elimination format.

The winners of the two semi-finals compete for the gold medal, while the semi-final losers play for the bronze medal.


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Competition Schedule

This is the schedule of play for the 2024 Olympic Games table tennis events...

Date Session Event Round
Sat 27 July 2024 15:00-18:00 Women's Singles Preliminary
Men's Singles Preliminary
Mixed Doubles Last 16
 
20:00-23:00 Women's Singles One
Men's Singles One

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Date Session Event Round
Sun 28 July 2024 10:00-14:00 Women's Singles One
Men's Singles One
 
16:00-18:00 Mixed Doubles Quarter Finals
 
20:00-23:00 Women's Singles One
Men's Singles One

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Date Session Event Round
Mon 29 July 2024 10:00-14:00 Women's Singles One
Men's Singles One
 
16:00-18:00 Mixed Doubles Semi Finals
 
20:00-23:00 Women's Singles Two
Men's Singles Two

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Date Session Event Round
Tue 30 July 2024 10:00-12:00 Women's Singles Two
  Men's Singles Two
 
13:30-16:00 Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal match
Mixed Doubles Gold Medal match

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Date Session Event Round
Wed 31 July 2024 10:00-13:00 Women's Singles Two
Men's Singles Two
 
15:00-18:00 Women's Singles Three
Men's Singles Three
 
20:00-23:00 Women's Singles Three
Men's Singles Three

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Date Session Event Round
Thu 1 August 2024 10:00-13:00 Women's Singles Quarter Finals
Men's Singles Quarter Finals
 
15:00-18:00 Women's Singles Quarter Finals
Men's Singles Quarter Finals
 
20:00-22:00 Women's Singles Quarter Finals
Men's Singles Quarter Finals

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Date Session Event Round
Fri 2 August 2024 10:00-12:00 Women's Singles Semi Final 1
Men's Singles Semi Final 1
 
13:30-15:30 Women's Singles Semi Final 2
Men's Singles Semi Final 2

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Date Session Event Round
Sat 3 August 2024 13:30-16:00 Women's Singles Bronze Medal match
Women's Singles Gold Medal match

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Date Session Event Round
Sun 4 August 2024 13:30-16:00 Men's Singles Bronze Medal match
Men's Singles Gold Medal match

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Date Session Event Round
Mon 5 August 2024 10:00-13:00 Women's Team Last 16
Men's Team Last 16
 
15:00-18:00 Women's Team Last 16
Men's Team Last 16
 
20:00-23:00 Women's Team Last 16
  Men's Team Last 16

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Date Session Event Round
Tue 6 August 2024 10:00-13:00 Women's Team Last 16
Men's Team Last 16
 
15:00-18:00 Women's Team Quarter Final 1 
Men's Team Quarter Final 1
 
20:00-23:00 Women's Team Quarter Final 2
Men's Team Quarter Final 2

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Date Session Event Round
Wed 7 August 2024 10:00-13:00 Women's Team Quarter Final 3
Men's Team Quarter Final 3
 
15:00-18:00 Women's Team Quarter Final 4
Men's Team Quarter Final 4
 
20:00-23:00 Men's Team Semi Final 1

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Date Session Event Round
Thu 8 August 2024 10:00-13:00 Men's Team Semi Final 2
 
15:00-18:00 Women's Team Semi Final 1
 
20:00-23:00 Women's Team Semi Final 2

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Date Session Event Round
Fri 9 August 2024 10:00-13:00 Men's Team Bronze Medal match
 
15:00-18:30 Men's Team Gold Medal match

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Date Session Event Round
Sat 10 August 2024 10:00-13:00 Women's Team Bronze Medal match
 
15:00-18:30 Women's Team Gold Medal match

 

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