We are encouraging all youth players from Midwest to participate of the U.S. Nationals 2018.
If you are interested in join us, please contact email@example.com or 414.281.3123. We’ll provide all support and information to have a good experience in Las Vegas playing, watching and learning more about Table Tennis.
We can also provide consulting and coaching. Evaluation and planning for YOU!
The Naresh brothers from Chicago proved to be a spectacle in the early events with Sid Naresh staging a spectacular comeback from 2-0 down in the Cadet Boy’s Singles Final (see video highlights below) against Ted Li. Sid, who hails from the Experior Table Tennis Club, was at one point trailing 10-7 and 2-1 before battling his way back into contention and powering to a result to take gold.
Last Sunday 18th was a very important day for our Table Tennis. The best youth table tennis players, “fighting” for points to help their school on the final standings. Oshkosh West won the School Championship 2018, accumulating 47 points followed by Mequon-Thiensville with 39 points and Brookfield Academy – 33 points.
NYTTA is proud of everyone who contributed for the success of the 2018 season. Thanks for Brookfield Academy to host team competition and MTTC to support our growing. Keep focus and prepare your team for the next event. We will keep you posted
Sunday March 18th , Irving Elementary School will host the Singles competitio which will decide who is the NYTTA Champion of the 2017 season.
Oshkosh West is leading standing but right behing are, Mequon-Thiensville and Brookfield Academy. Who will be the Champion? Get ready to play your best table tennis and support your school. Thanks to MTTC to support this competition.
BY MATT HETHERINGTON | MARCH 03, 2018, 11:30 A.M. (ET)
Kanak Jha has aimed high and landed among the stars as he has attained a status which many players around the world could only dream of. As of the March ITTF World Rankings, the American teen prodigy has landed himself the accolade of achieving world number 1 ranking in the Junior Boys World Ranking.
Jha, who was in 3rd position last month after having won the prestigious World Junior Circuit Finals, moves ahead of India’s Manav Thakkar and China’s Wang Chuqin to take the top spot. World Junior rankings focus on the top 5 results logged by each player and Jha has an impressive portfolio in his current list.
He was the winner of the Argentina Junior Open and Croatia Junior Open on the 2017 World Junior Circuit, moving on to take victory at the ITTF Pan American Junior Championships, reaching the last 32 in the singles of the World Junior Championships where he suffered an excruciatingly narrow loss to an in-form Truls Moreagardh and of course taking the Grand Finals title in Luxembourg last month.
USA’s Sharon Alguetti and Victor Liu both feature in the top 50, Alguetti at 29th and Liu in 49th – up from 58th after a strong performance in Sweden just days ago.
In the Junior Girl’s ranking Amy Wang moves up from 13th to 11th, sitting right outside the top 10 girls in the world. Rachel Sung and Crystal Wang come just within the top 50.
In the Cadet Boy’s World Ranking, Nikhil Kumar moves up one space to 4th position. Rachel Sung maintains her 5th ranking in the Cadet Girl’s.
Promising growth across the US National Youth teams for the future of the sport. Congratulations to Kanak on his new career achievement and to all TTTeamUSA youth players on their improving international status!
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