Winner two years ago in Pattaya when beating colleague Xu Xin in the final, on Sunday 16th April, on home soil in the Wuxi Stadium, China's Fan Zhendong retained the precious title.Read More
Miu Hirano ended the Chinese dominance to win the Women's Singles title, the fourth ever when not representing China to win this prestigious crown in the history of the Asian Championships.Read More
The Olympic champion and world number one Ma Long surprisingly crashed out of the ITTF Asian Championships in the third round against the unranked outsider Jeong Sangeun of South Korea.Read More
- "I hope I will play with Ma Long in this tournament."
--- Kirill Gerassimenko, player for the Kazakhstan national team.
- "This event is better than many other pro tours around the world, so playing in Asia is an unbelievable and great experience." --- Massimo Constantine, coach of the Indian team.
- "I think for me, China's Zhang Jike is the strongest opponent."
--- Oshima Yuya, player for the Japanese team.
- "To achieve 14th position in Asia, the toughest place, is a good result."
--- Althaher Abdul Aziz, delegate for the Saudi Arabian table tennis team
Table tennis Olympic champions Wang Liqin and Ma Lin appeared in Wuxi on April 16 for "2017 Happy Table Tennis", a charitable activity centered on the theme of table tennis culture.
Participants of the Seamaster 23rd ITTF Asian Championships enjoyed a sightseeing trip around #Wuxi on April 14.