ATTF optimistic Quadri will still play at Tokyo 2020 Olympics
The African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) believes that Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri is Tokyo bound based on his world rating.
Obisanya hopes Quadri’s new club will bring out the best in him
Former National Table Tennis Coach, Babatunde Obisanya has expressed happiness over Aruna Quadri’s recent deal with a German club, saying the deal would improve his game
Aruna Quadri begins 2020 as 18th world best
Aruna Quadri has started the New Year as the 18th world best player following the release of the January 2020 ranking by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).
Quadri sets sights on better days in Tokyo
Purists argue that stars are born, but refined by constant exposure to hard times. Such difficult times toughen the jewels, who rise above their peers to command special positions in the galaxy.
NTTF promises to continue to raise the bar
The President of the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), Ishaku Tikon has said that Nigeria would continue to raise the standard of table tennis with the hosting of major competitions in Africa.
India’s Ghosh eyes international comeback in Lagos
Soumyajit Ghosh has been out of action for more than a year, but now the Indian star is heading to Lagos for the 2019 ITTF Challenge Plus Nigeria Open with the sole aim of reclaiming his place in his national team. The Indian star was Aruna Quadri’s nemesis at the 2015 World Championship in China…
Chinese star ends Aruna Quadri’s reign at Budapest tennis contest
Africa’s sole survival in the men’s single, Aruna Quadri could not find the solution to the ferocious shots of China’s Fan Zhendong in the third round of men’s singles at the 2019 ITTF World Championships holding in Budapest, Hungary. Despite a good start from the African champion, the world number one Chinese could not withstand…
Aruna Quadri is smashing his way up
When Aruna Quadri hit the scene after being the first African to be named World table tennis player of the year in 2014, many table tennis watchers in Nigeria may not have believed much more feats could be achieved from the Oyo state indigene. Now 29 years-old, Quadri took to the sport with amateur bats…