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ITTF-Oceania is excited to announce Deakin University as a sponsor of the Seamaster 2018 ITTF World Tour Platinum Australian Open. The Australian Open of table tennis will see the world’s best athletes descending on Geelong, Victoria from the 24th-29th of July to compete for over $400,000 in prize money. Deakin University Deputy Vice-Chancellor Global Engagement Professor Gary Smith said the University was delighted to further support elite sport in the Geelong region. “Deakin is proud to be involved in bringing the ITTF World Tour Australian Open to Geelong,” Professor Smith said. “Sporting events such as this show the important role...
 
The entry list is out for the ITTF-Oceania Tour – Tonga  and fans can look forward classic matchups when the event gets underway in Nuku’alofa in two weeks time. A rematch of the 2018 ITTF-Oceania Cup final is on the cards, with both Australia’s Heming Hu and New Zealand’s Dean Shu headlining the entries. The two have exchanged victories in their recent encounters, with Hu currently having the upper hand. But don’t expect a two horse race. There’s a wildcard in the mix in the guise of Rohan Dhooria. The...
 
by Patrick Wuertz, ITTF-Oceania High Performance Officer   Introduction ‘Just you against the guy on the other side of the table.’ Despite several key tournaments which include team events (League systems, Olympic Games, World Team Championships etc.), many in our sport see table tennis as a purely individual sport. A sport in which winning or losing is solely defined by your own performance without the impact of other team mates. In some ways this definition is beneficial for an athlete’s development as it fosters self-discipline, autonomy and responsibility for their own
 
by Patrick Wuertz, ITTF-Oceania High Performance Officer   Introduction ‘Just you against the guy on the other side of the table.’ Despite several key tournaments which include team events (League systems, Olympic Games, World Team Championships etc.), many in our sport see table tennis as a purely individual sport. A sport in which winning or losing is solely defined by your own performance without the impact of other team mates. In some ways this definition is beneficial for an athlete’s development as it fosters self-discipline, autonomy and responsibility for their own
 
Oceania was well represented on the final day of action at the 2018 ITTF Junior Circuit Cook Islands Junior & Cadet Open, taking home three gold medals. The most remarkable gold medal was won by the hands of New Zealand’s Nathan Xu and Sang-Yong Park in the Cadet Boys’ Doubles. The duo in black cam in as underdogs against China’s  Sun Haoran and Wang Hongxiang. Despite the seemingly impossible odds, the Kiwis came through in a thrilling five game match, winning 3-2 (-8,9,12,-3,9) to take gold. ...