Swedish delight awaits at 2021 World Table Tennis Championships in Houston. Sweden’s Mattias Falck and Truls Moregard will bring the thrill factor to table tennis fans in America as they head to Houston along with their illustrious compatriots for the World Table Tennis Championships this November!
The best table tennis players from around the world will make their way to Houston, TX to compete for a championship title. This year the WTTC will take place at George R. Brown Convention Center from Nov. 23 – Nov. 29. Purchase your tickets for this iconic event here. 2021 marks the first time the championships will be hosted in the Americas, and will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ping Pong Diplomacy.
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HOUSTON, TEXAS (September 9, 2021): Houston will host the 2021 World Table Tennis Championships (WTTC) Nov. 23 – Nov. 29 at George R. Brown Convention Center. This renowned sporting event is the oldest in table tennis history, dating to 1926, and serves as an annual opportunity to showcase the world’s best table tennis players. 2021 marks the first time the World Table Tennis Championships (WTTC) are hosted in the Americas.
The last World Team Table Tennis Championships were held in Halmsted, Sweden in 2018 and the winners were... Men's Team - China; Women's Team - China; China's men defeated Germany in the final, whilst China's women defeated Japan in the final. China - World Team Champions 2018 China - World Team Champions 2018. All the results for 2018 are here...
The World Table Tennis Championships is the world’s highest level of world competition, and its competition rules are consistent with Olympic table tennis competition Basically similar, such as rackets, equipment, serve, scoring rules, etc.