Clash of Titans at Badger Open 2018!

Thiago Monteiro Panamerican Champion and Eugene Wang will fight for Badger Open 2018 title!
Whos is your favorite? Don’t loose oportunitie to watch two of the best players in the worlrd!



Thiago Monteiro , Top seed 2018!

For those who are expecting some excitement at the 2018 Badger Open, we have good news!

Thiago Monteiro, world class player will compete as a top seed at the 2018 Badger! Pan American Champion, Thiago had his best #WR65 and won the Chicago International Tournament in 2016 defeating Chen Weinxing and Lucjan Blaszczyk. Sign up for the Badger now and participate in one of the best tournaments in the USA! To register go to:

Check 2018 Badger Open Flyer .

State Championship Pictures!

Thanks everyone for having patience. Some of the pictures were too blur to post. We had a problem in our camera. Hope to see all of you pretty soon in our next tournament.

Mission accomplished! Period!

The best State Championship all times! The expression came fromone of the players describing the excelece of facilities and organization. Also the number of players and level of play was amazing and the most important point was 30% of the players were under 18 years old. as an organization focused in Youth development, NYTTA has accomplished most important objective. Thanks everyone for support Table Tennis in Wisconsin. Every player is part of our dream and we are proud all of you. Special Thanks for Thomas Running from Madison TT and Mr Lee from Wasau, also Thanks for Brookfield Academy for the wonderful facilitie.
More pictures and results soon.

U.S. Nationals! Let’s go?

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  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 at the First US Youth Championship

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.

School Championship 2018 – Finals

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