Table Tennis World Championship 2022 Streaming, Highlights To When & Where To Watch Table Tennis World Championship 2022?

Table Tennis World Championship 2022 – The World Table Tennis Championship is an annual table tennis event that is held by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and is the highest level table tennis competition. The first edition of the World Table Tennis Championship was held in 1938, and since then it has been organized annually.

The World Table Tennis Championships are considered as the most important event in the calendar of the ITTF, and it is also one of the major sporting events in the world. So far, the World Table Tennis Championship has been hosted in 38 different cities all over the world, and this year it will be held for the 41st time in Doha, Qatar. Are you looking for a detailed guide on how to watch table tennis world championships live stream? Or are you wondering when and where to watch the table tennis world championship live? Then check out this blog! Here you’ll find all the latest information on the schedule, streaming options, and more.

Table Tennis World Championship 2022 As we are about to step up the preparations, I am grateful to our hosts, who have taken every necessary measure to ensure the successful delivery of our marquee event.”
With the 2020 World Team Table Tennis Championships in Busan cancelled, it has been four years since the team event was last held. The Chinese teams took gold in the men’s and women’s events in Halmstad, Sweden, in 2018. Playing on home soil this year, Team China will be the favorite.

Table Tennis World Championship 2022

Liu Guiyang, the ITTF Executive Vice President, WTT Council Chair and Chinese Table Tennis Association President, commented: “Chengdu is a beautiful, stylish and good & nice city. It has successfully delivered high level events such as ITTF Men’s World Cup, Women’s World Cup and ITTF World Tour. This time, World Team Table Tennis Championships Finals will add a new stroke to the history of this city. As the host, we think players to show themselves on this stage, and may the fans enjoy a table tennis festival during the golden fall in October.”

Table Tennis World Championship 2022 The ITTF, Table Tennis World Championship 2022 the Chinese Table Tennis Association, and the City of Chengdu experts are working hard to give the players the event to compete in the best and intact conditions. The 2022 World Team Table Tennis Championships Finals previous Committee has worked on extensive COVID-19 cure to ensure all participants arrive smoothly, engage securely, and return safely.

The event will be put under strict closed loop management in a bubble format. The world’s strongest teams prepare to face off in Chengdu, People’s Republic of China, from 30th Sep to 9th Oct 2022. With truly 100 days to go to the event, the list of entries for the impending 2022 ITTF World Team Table Tennis Championships Finals Chengdu has been exposited.

 

Table Tennis World Championship 2022

 World Table Tennis 2022 Details

Match Info Table Tennis
Event Name Championship
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start Date 16 October 2022
category sports
official website www.icc-cricket.com

World Table Tennis Of History

Back in 1926, the International Table Tennis Foundation was founded by Henry Lawes from Wymondham, England. One of the fundamental missions of The International Table Tennis Federation  is to promote table tennis globally, with the effort to encourage the sport to be played in each corner of the world. To accomplish this mission, ITTF created ITTF Development to make the sport accessible to everyone, even those in less privileged areas of the world.

Table tennis was rather slow to become a competitive sport, but 1926 saw the first World Table Tennis Championships played in London and they have been played annually ever since. Table Tennis has since honed its rules. The International Table Tennis Federation have promoted and taken table tennis to a whole new level. One of the largest changes made in the playing of Table Tennis occurred when the official rules changed the scoring system.

In 2015, ITTF created World Table Tennis Day to get people interested in this competitive sport. It has been promoting and celebrating the day since then so that even more people can learn about and enjoy this sport. This day is celebrated on the same day as the International Day of Sport. Table Tennis World Championship 2022 Since then, ITTF developed a Table Tennis for ALL program with the aim to make the sport popular, universal and inclusive. The term “ALL” means more people, but not only that, also different kinds of people in terms of age, gender, social status, culture and physical ability.

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World Table Tennis Championships Indian Squads

The Indian Table Tennis team is expected to leave for Chengdu on September 25.

  • Men: G Sathya, Snail Shetty, Hermit Desai, Manus’ Shah, and Manav Thakkar.
  • Women: Monika Batra, Sreeja Akola, Reeth Rashia, Diya Chi tale and Swastika Ghosh.
  • Coaches: S Raman and Anandite Chakraborty/Chris Adrian Pfeiffer
  • Masseur: Hermit Kaur.

World  Table Tennis Championships 2022 Schedule

This year’s table tennis world championships are coming your way – and you can watch it live online! The event will be streamed live online in multiple languages, so no matter where you are in the world, you can tune in and watch the best players in the world compete. This year’s tournament features a total of 16 teams, with the top eight teams qualifying for the final stage. Make sure to follow Table Tennis World TV on social media for the latest updates and highlights. In addition, Table Tennis World TV will be streaming highlights starting a few days after the event finishes. So whether you’re a table tennis enthusiast or just looking for some fun, this is the event for you.

January

  • WTT Feeder Dusseldorf I, Dusseldorf (GER): 12-15 Jan
  • WTT Feeder Dusseldorf II, Dusseldorf (GER): 17-20 Jan

February

  • WTT Youth Star Contender Tunis, Tunis (TUN): 2-6 Feb
  • WTT Youth Contender Metz, Metz (FRA): 14-20 Feb
  • WTT Youth Contender Spa, Spa (BEL): 14-20 Feb
  • 3rd West Asian Para Games 2022, Manama (BRN): 18-26 Feb
  • WTT Youth Contender Vila Real, Vila Real (POR): 26 Feb-4 Mar
  • WTT Contender Muscat, Oman (OMA): 27 Feb-5 Mar

March

  • Caribbean Senior Championships, Havana (CUB): 3-8 Mar
  • Singapore Smash 2022, Singapore (SGP): 7-20 Mar
  • WTT Youth Star Contender, Doha (QAT): 7-11 Mar
  • WTT Feeder Doha, Doha (QAT): 13-17 Mar
  • WTT Youth Contender Sulaymaniyah, Sulaymaniyah (IRQ): 14-20 Mar
  • WTT Contender Doha, Doha (QAT): 18-24 Mar
  • WTT Youth Contender Tunis, Tunis (TUN): 21-27 Mar
  • ITTF Fa20 Costa Brava Spanish Para Open 2022, Platja d’Aro (ESP): 24-26 Mar
  • WTT Star Contender Doha, Doha (QAT): 25-31 Mar
  • WTT Youth Star Contender Otocec presented by I feel Slovenia, Otocec (SLO): 29 Mar-2 Apr
  • ITTF Fa40 Egypt Para Open 2022, Ismailia (EGY): 30 Mar-2 Apr

April

  • South American Veteran Championships, Salta (ARG): 12-17 Apr
  • WTT Youth Contender Linz, Linz (AUT): 27 Apr-3 May
  • South American Youth Games – ODESUR, Rosario (ARG): 28 Apr-1 May

May

  • Central American Championships, Guatemala City (GUA): 3-8 May
  • ITTF Fa40 SQY French Para Open 2022 (FRA): 5-8 May
  • WTT Feeder Fremont, California (USA): 5-8 May
  • Eastern Africa WTTC Finals Qualification, Addis Ababa (ETH): 5-8 May
  • Northern Africa WTTC Finals Qualification, Tipaza (ALG): 6-8 May
  • Caribbean Youth Championships (U15 & U19), Santo Domingo (DOM): 6-11 May
  • South Asia Junior Championships, Male (MDV): 9-11 May
  • WTT Feeder Westchester, New York (USA): 11-15 May
  • WTT Youth Contender Lima, Lima (PER): 7-9 May (Boys’ Competition); 17-19 May (Girls’ Competition)
  • South American Youth Championships (U15 & U19), Lima (PER): 10-16 May
  • ITTF Fa40 Slovenia Para Open 2022, Laško (SLO): 11-14 May
  • WTT Youth Contender Berlin, Berlin (GER): 16-22 May
  • WTT Youth Contender Wladyslawowo, Wladyslawowo (POL): 16-22 May
  • ITTF Fa20 Al-Watani Para Championships 2022, Amman (JOR): 19-21 May
  • Western Africa WTTC Finals Qualification, Lagos (NGR): 19-21 May
  • African Clubs Championships, Lagos (NGR): 23-25 May
  • WTT Youth Contender Platja d’Aro, Platja d’Aro (ESP): 24-30 May
  • Central American Youth Championships (U15 & U19), San Jose (CRC): 25-29 Apr
  • 2022 ITTF-Africa Cup, Lagos (NGR): 26-28 May

June

  • Central Asia Junior Championships, Almaty (KAZ): 1-3 Jun
  • ITTF Fa20 Montenegrin Para Championships 2022, Podgorica (MNE): 2-4 Jun
  • WTT Youth Contender Salta, Salta (ARG): 3-5 Jun (Boys’ Competition); 13-15 Jun (Girls’ Competition)
  • WTT Youth Contender Havirov, Havirov (CZE): 6-12 Jun
  • ITTF Fa20 Copa Cristina Hoffmann, Cancun (MEX): 6-8 Jun
  • South American U11 & U13 Championships Edition 2022, Salta (ARG): 7-12 Jun
  • WTT Contender Zagreb, Croatia (CRO): 13-19 Jun
  • WTT Contender Lima, Peru (PER): 14-19 Jun
  • Europe Under 13 Challenge, Podgorica (MNE): 16-19 Jun
  • South East Asia Junior Championships, Bangkok (THA): 17-22 Jun
  • WTT Feeder Otočec, Slovenia (SLO): 20-26 Jun
  • Youth World Festival, Gyor (HUN): 21-26 Jun
  • ITTF Fa20 Czech Para Open 2022, Ostrava (CZE): 23-25 Jun
  • West Asia Junior Championships, Manama (BRN): 25-30 Jun
  • European Veteran Para Championships 2022, Rimini (ITA): 25 Jun-2 Jul
  • Mediterranean Games 2022, Oran (ALG): 25 Jun-5 Jul
  • European Veterans Championships, Rimini (ITA): 25 Jun-2 Jul
  • Mediterranean Games 2022 – Table Tennis, Oran (ALG): 26-30 Jun
  • Chengdu 2021 FISU World University Games, Chengdu (CHN): 27 Jun-4 Jul (Postponed)
  • Bolivarian Games, Valladupar (COL): 30 Jun-5 Jul
  • Southern Africa WTTC Finals Qualification, Johannesburg (RSA): 30 Jun-3 Jul

July

  • European Youth Championships, Belgrade (SRB): 6-15 Jul
  • ITTF Fa20 Copa Tango 2022, Buenos Aires (ARG): 8-10 Jul
  • Budapest Smash, Budapest (HUN): 11-24 Jul (Postponed)
  • WTT European Summer Series – WTT Star Contender, Budapest (HUN): 11-17 Jul
  • WTT European Summer Series – WTT Feeder, Budapest (HUN): 18-22 Jul
  • WTT European Summer Series – WTT Champions, Budapest (HUN): 18-24 Jul
  • ITTF Fa40 Thailand Para Open 2022, Pattaya (THA): 18-21 Jul
  • South American Championships, Pereira (COL): 21-27 Jul
  • 2022 ITTF-Africa Youth Championships, Tunis (TUN): 12-18 May 21-27 Jul
  • Commonwealth Games 2022, Birmingham (GBR): 28 Jul-7 Aug

August

  • WTT Contender Tunis, Tunisia (TUN): 1-6 Aug
  • WTT Youth Contender Agadir, Agadir (MAR): 1-7 Aug
  • ITTF Pan American Youth Championships (U19), Rosario (ARG): 2-7 Aug
  • 2022 NETU Championships, Druskininkai (LTU): 5-7 Aug
  • Konya 2021 Islamic Solidarity Games (TUR): 7-15 Aug
  • WTT Youth Contender Helsingborg, Helsingborg (SWE): 8-14 Aug
  • Central American U11 & U13 Championships, Guatemala (GUA): 10-14 Aug
  • European Championships, Munich (GER): 13-21 Aug
  • WTT Youth Contender Cuenca, Cuenca (ECU): 19-21 Aug (Girls’ Competition); 29-31 Aug (Boys’ Competition)
  • Caribbean U11 & U13 Championships, Georgetown (GUY): 18-23 Aug (Postponed to October)
  • 2022 European Individual Championships, Munich (GER): 13-21 Aug
  • WTT Youth Contender Amman, Amman (JOR): 22-28 Aug
  • ITTF Pan American Cadet Championships (U15), Cuenca (ECU): 23-28 Aug
  • WTT Feeder Olomouc, Czech Republic (CZE): 23-28 Aug
  • Euro Mini Champ’s 2020, Schiltigheim (FRA): 26-28 Aug
  • 4th African Youth Games, Cairo (EGY): 27 Aug-8 Sep (Postponed)
  • WTT Youth Contender Otocec presented by I feel Slovenia, Otocec (SLO): 30 Aug-5 Sep
  • WTT Youth Contender Varazdin, Varazdin (CRO): 30 Aug-5 Sep
  • WTT Feeder Panagyurishte Presented by Asarel, Bulgaria (BUL): 30 Aug-4 Sep

September

  • Asian Junior & Cadet Championships, Vientiane (LAO): 1-6 Sep
  • 2022 ITTF-Africa Senior Championships, Alger (ALG): 3-9 Sep
  • WTT Contender Muscat, Oman (OMA): 4-10 Sep
  • 2022 ITTF-Oceania Senior and Youth Championships, Melbourne (AUS): 5-10 Sep
  • WTT Youth Star Contender Skopje, Skopje (MKD): 7-11 Sep
  • ITTF Fa20 Finland Para Open 2022, Lahti (FIN): 9-11 Sep
  • Asian Games 2022, Hangzhou (CHN): 10-25 Sep (Postponed to Sep. 2023)
  • WTT Youth Contender Bangkok, Bangkok (THA): 12-18 Sep
  • WTT Contender Almaty, Kazakhstan (KAZ): 13-18 Sep
  • Central American Veteran Championships, Belize (BIZ): 14-18 Sep
  • 2022 European Under 21 Championships, Cluj Napoca (ROU): 14-18 Sep
  • ITTF Fa20 Saudi Arabia Para Open 2022, Riyadh (KSA): 16-18 Sep (Cancelled)
  • ITTF Pan American U11 & U13 Championships, Santo Domingo (DOM): 17-24 Sep
  • WTT Youth Contender Tbilisi, Tbilisi (GEO): 19 – 25 Sep
  • WTT Youth Contender Darwin, Darwin (AUS):  24 – 26 Sep 27 – 29 Sep
  • ITTF World Table Tennis Team Championships Finals, Chengdu (CHN): 17-26 Apr 30 Sep-9 Oct (Click here for updates)
  • Europe Youth Top 10, Tours (FRA): 30 Sep-2 Oct
  • ITTF Fa20 Greek Para Open 2022, Argostoli (GRE), 30 Sep – 2 Oct

October

  • WTT Youth Contender Podgorica, Podgorica (MNE): 3-9 Oct 2-4 Oct
  • WTT Youth Star Contender Podgorica, Podgorica (MNE): 5-9 Oct
  • ITTF Fa20 Brazilian Para Open 2022, Sao Paulo (BRA): 7-9 Oct
  • Asian Para Games 2022, Hangzhou (CHN): 9-15 Oct (Postponed to 2023)
  • South American Games – ODESUR, Asuncion (PAR): 9-14 Oct
  • Caribbean U11 & U13 Championships, Georgetown (GUY): 14-19 Oct
  • WTT Youth Contender Cairo, Cairo (EGY): 24-30 Oct
  • 2022 ITTF-Oceania Polynesia Championships, Papeete (PYF): 29-30 Oct
  • WTT Youth Contender Lignano, Lignano (ITA): 30 Oct-5 Nov
  • ITTF Pan American Championships, Santiago (CHI): 31 Oct-6 Nov
  • WTT Contender Novo Gorica, Slovenia (SLO): 31 Oct-6 Nov

November

  • WTT Youth Contender Szombathely, Szombathely (HUN): 3-9 Nov
  • ITTF World Para Table Tennis Chamspionships 2022, Granada (ESP): 6-12 Nov
  • Virtus Oceania Asia Games 2022, Brisbane (AUS): 7-10 Nov
  • WTT Youth Contender Senec, Senec (SVK): 7-13 Nov
  • 2022 ITTF-Oceania Melanesia Championships, Noumea (NCL): 12-13 Nov
  • WTT Youth Contender Jezzine presented by White Land Foundation, Jezzine (LBN): 14-20 Nov
  • Pan American Veteran Championships, Lima (PER): 21-26 Nov
  • WTT Youth Star Contender Vila Nova de Gaia, Gaia (POR): 23-27 Nov

December

  • ITTF World Youth Championships, Tunis (TUN): 4-11 Dec
  • ITTF Fa20 Copa Costa Rica 2022, San José de Costa Rica (CRC): 9-11 Dec
  • ITTF Fa20 Value Jet Lagos Para Open, Lagos (NGR): 15-17 Dec
  • 2022 ITTF-Oceania Cup, TBD (PNG): 17-18 Dec

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World Table Tennis Champions Streaming

The world table tennis championship is scheduled to take place in 2022 and will be streamed online. Whether you’re a fan of table tennis or just want to catch some interesting sports highlights, this is a event you don’t want to miss! Some of the highlights of the tournament include exciting matches between top players from around the world. So, whether you’re in the UK, US, Asia, Europe or anywhere else in the world, you can watch the stream at various times, depending on your location. Keep an eye out for the live stream and don’t miss out on the excitement!

Country Channel/Streaming service
Australia Seven Network
Brunei RTB
Canada CBC
India DD Sports, Sony Pictures Sports Network, Sony Live
Malaysia Astro, RTM
New Zealand Sky NZ
Singapore MediaCorp
United Kingdom BBC
Wales S4C

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When And Where To Watch World Table Tennis Champions 2022?

The World Table Tennis Championships 2022 are almost here! And if you’re looking to follow all the action, there’s no better way than to stream it online. Not only will all the matches be streamed online, but many highlight videos of past WTTCs will also be made available for viewing. So whether you’re a Table Tennis newbie or a seasoned fan, this event is a must-watch. The Netherlands will be the host country for this exciting event, which will run from 14 to 30 November. Unfortunately, tickets for the WTTC are not yet available, but they’re expected to go fast. So if you’re interested in coming and watching the world’s best table tennis players compete, be sure to get your tickets soon.

Live streaming of WTT Champions 2022 table tennis will be available on World Table Tennis’ official YouTube channel. There will be no live show of the table tennis tournament on any TV channel in India.

Conclusion

So, the World Table Tennis Championships are just around the corner and who wouldn’t want to watch the best table tennis players in the world play live? Well, luckily for you, we’ve got all the info you need to watch the tournament streaming live. Not to mention, we’ve also got a list of highlights and where to watch the event so you’ll be in for a treat! Make sure to bookmark this page and check back regularly for updates. Who knows, maybe you’ll be able to watch the world table tennis champions crowned in 2022.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the current world champion of table tennis?

The current champion is Andrew Baggaley, who beat Alexander Flemming in the 2020 final to beat Maxim Shmyrev's record of winning three championships, and become the record-breaking four-time champion.

Where can I watch table tennis live?

Watch all the matches LIVE and on demand in full HD on ITTF.com itTV on any device: computer, tablet or mobile!

What is the biggest table tennis tournament?

Held since 1926, the World Championships are the most prestigious events in the international table tennis calendar. Team and Individual events are held in alternate years with over 120 countries competing.

What is the prize money for table tennis?

The winners of the singles events in the 2022 senior nationals got Rs 2.75 lakh in the men's section and Rs 1.80 lakh in the women's competition, the huge difference of close to Rs one lakh forcing the CoA to bring about a change

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