As part of a series of video interviews by SportBusiness looking at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Kevin McCullagh speaks exclusively to Matt Pound, marketing director of the International Table Tennis Federation.
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With its biggest market at the epicentre of the coronavirus epidemic, table tennis is one of the sports most affected
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Turkmenistan on Sunday joined the small handful of countries around the world to continue hosting sports events amid the Covid-19 pandemic, as its domestic football season restarted
The head of the ITTF has said the organisation is considering getting rid of its individual World Championships, as part of its ongoing competition restructure
Badminton's 2020 Thomas and Uber Cup is facing fresh doubts on whether it will go ahead
Rob Ridley explores the International Table Tennis Federation’s decision to part company with the TMS International agency and bring its rights in-house.