Nigeria table tennis star Aruna Quadri has expressed excitement over the latest ITTF ranking that saw him move to 25th best player in the world. Quadri soared from No. 40 to No. 25 in his best table tennis world ranking released by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). The points of the
A Lagos based Energy and Construction Company FROT has donated N2.5m promised the Nigeria table tennis team to the Rio 2016 Olympics. Aruna Quadri, who was the first African quarter-finalist in the table tennis event of the Olympics, and the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation were given N1m cheque each while seven-time
Nigerian tennis star Segun Toriola has crashed out of the Rio 2016 table tennis men’s singles event after losing to Japan’s Nowa Koki in the round two on Sunday. Toriola, 41, lost 4-2 to the Japanese at the Riocentro Pavilion three. The Rio 2016 is Toriola’s seventh consecutive Olympic Games participation.