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Olympic Table Tennis – Crowd Favorites and Dark Horses

Table Tennis Rio Olympics

With devilish spin and incredible reflexes, Table Tennis has become one of the most popular sports in Olympics. Players fight for each point as if they are at war, and that adds to the beauty of the game. As the stage for Rio Olympics is set, people across the world will love to watch the Table Tennis event at Rio Olympics live on their favorite online streaming channels and on TV sets of course.


China is hot favorite to win all the four Gold Medals allocated for Table Tennis. Chinese men and women teams will love to remain dominant throughout the event. South Korea and Japan are noteworthy challengers, who can pose a real threat to Chinese supremacy in Table Tennis event at Olympic Games.

Players to watch out

Men’s Events

Zhang Jike

Zhang Jike - China

Status: Champion

2012 Performance: Gold Medals in Men’s Singles and Team event for China.

Dimitrij Ovtcharov

Dimitrij Ovtcharov - Germany

Status: Challenger

2012 Performance:  Bronze Medals in Men’s Singles and Team events for Germany.

Women’s Events

Li Xiaoxia

Li Xiaoxia - China

Status: Champion

2012 Performance: Gold Medals in Women’s Singles and Team Event for China.

Ai Fukuhara

Ai Fukuhara - Japan

Status: Challenger

2012 Performance: Silver Medal in Women’s Singles event for Japan.

Feng Tianwei

Feng Tianwei - Singapore

Status: Challenger

2012 Performance: Bronze Medals in Women’s Singles and Team Events for Singapore


Teams to watch out

The South East Asia region have dominated the Table Tennis at all the major world events. Will they be able to hold on the edge and win medals?

  • China
  • South Korea
  • Singapore
  • Japan
  • Germany

Who will win the Gold Medal in Table Tennis event? It’s only a matter of time, let the event begin with a bang!

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