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2020 ITTF WORLD TOUR

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ITTF WORLD TOUR

The biggest professional table tennis tour on earth, which has all the world top players competing, the World Tour is run by the ITTF, the world governing body of the sport.

Since the restructure in 2017, the tour now consists of two tiers and the Grand Finals.

World Tour Grand Finals

The top 16 men and women players (singles & doubles) who have earned enough points on the World Tour will qualify to the most important event of the tour - the exciting year-end finale with over 1 million in prize money!

More information on the

Grand Finals here.

World Tour Platinum

This prestigious Platinum tier, consists of 6 events, with the best prize money and event organisation, attracts the best players and high media attention.

 

Submit your best bid for 2020 or risk missing out on the top tier.

World Tour

Reaching a wide pool of players, the competitive ITTF World Tour, with 6 additional events, features both top players and up-and-coming future stars.

TABLE TENNIS

From schools to offices, parks to bars, holiday resorts to basements, table tennis can be found and played anywhere by anyone!

 

An Olympic Sport since the 1988 Seoul Olympics Games, table tennis is broadcasted in 170 countries and watched by over 330 million people, following professional players as they show off their lightning-fast reflexes and intense mental focus. It is also the only sport to have 2 players representing their countries in both the 2016 Olympic Games and 2016 Paralympic Games.

 

INTERNATIONAL TABLE TENNIS FEDERATION

The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) is responsible for the global sport of table tennis and has 226 affiliated National Associations, which is the most of any international sporting federation. The governing body oversees over 70 events annually, including the flagship World Championships, World Cups and World Tour.