International Table Tennis Federation says in a statement that it hoped to hold the event in February 2021 but was forced to cancel due to the worsening situation in Korea Republic
The ITTF, the sport's world governing body, said in September that players would be banned from breathing on balls and there would be no handshakes after matches.
Ultimate Table Tennis, which began in 2017, was to take place after the Tokyo Olympics, which has now been moved to next year because of the pandemic.
India's table tennis players including Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan unwilling to join proposed national camp before August
Following the central government's decision to open sports stadiums and complexes without spectators last month, the TTFI had sought players' availability twice for the training camp, first for the beginning of June and then for June last week. The Players have ended up saying no to both.
Coronavirus Outbreak: International Table Tennis Federation extends suspension of activities till July end
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) on Saturday extended the suspension its activities till end of July due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: ITTF forced to cancel nine tournaments, including two World Tour events, due to COVID-19
The ITTF has already suspended all its activities till June end. Earlier this month, the world body had set new dates for the World Team Championships, which were supposed to take place in Busan in March. It will now be held in September-October.
After winning first ITTF title in 10 years, Achanta Sharath Kamal becomes highest-ranked Indian at World No 31
In the women's rankings, Manika Batra is in the 63rd position while Sutirtha Mukherjee entered the top-100 for the first time. She jumped 14 spots to be 95th
Coronavirus Outbreak: India's top-ranked table tennis player G Sathiyan trains with robot to hone skills during lockdown
The robot, which Sathiyan imported from Germany, can launch up to 120 balls per minute from across the net with varying spin and speed
Coronavirus Outbreak: TT world body staff takes voluntary pay cut to deal with financial implications of postponed events
The entire staff of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), including its president, has opted for a voluntary pay cut to deal with severe financial challenges arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ITTF Executive Committee met on Sunday to further discuss the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on the international table tennis event schedule
Coronavirus pandemic: Amid COVID-19 threat, Achanta Sharath Kamal focuses on job at hand by winning first title in 10 years
As the news of sporting events getting suspended or postponed around the world started trickling in, Sharath was in Muscat for the ITTF Challenge Plus event
India's Sharath Kamal beats Marcos Freitas in ITTF Oman Open final to break decade-long trophy drought
Despite being a game down, 37-year-old Sharath Kamal recovered well to outclass top-seeded Marcos Freitas of Portugal 6-11, 11-8, 12-10, 11-9, 3-11, 17-15 in the final
The Indian doubles pair of Achanta Sharath Kamal and Gnanasekaran Sathiyan entered top-20 in the latest ITTF men's doubles world ranking, even as Anthony Amalraj broke into the singles top-100.
Chinese Table Tennis Association thanks Qatar for providing training facilities in Doha amid coronavirus outbreak
Asian powerhouse China have won 28 out of 32 golds awarded since table tennis became an Olympic sport in 1988 and QTTA chief Khalil Al-Mohannadi said he wanted to make sure the worlds best would be playing at the Qatar event
Tokyo Olympics 2020: TTFI promises to appoint head coach for four-year cycle after Massimo Costantini's departure
Notwithstanding their disappointing performance in the Olympics team qualifiers, the Indian paddlers have done exceedingly well in the last 18 months to raise the profile of the sport in the country
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Fifth seed Indian men's table tennis squad well-placed to earn qualification for team event at Games
Despite the lack of a head coach since the 2019 Asian Games, Indian players have been producing impressive on the professional circuit
The Table Tennis Federation of India will submit its bid for the World Championships (team) at the end of the year.
This will be second time the country will be hosting such a meeting. The previous EC meeting of the ITTF was held in New Delhi way back in 1987 when Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) played host to the World Championships here.
Manav Thakkar becomes fourth Indian paddler to attain World No 1 rank in Under-21 men's singles category
Among other Indians, Sathiyan has managed to retain his 30th spot in the rankings for the senior category, while Achanta Sharath Kamal has climbed a spot to 33rd position
US Open: Indian paddler Mudit Dani assures first ITTF medal after progressing to men's doubles semi-finals
Mudit, playing alongside Canada's Marko Medjugorac, won 4-2 (11-9, 6-11, 11-6, 8-11, 11-9, 11-9) against the US pairing of Tian Ye and Si Zhigao in a hard-fought quarter-final match