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Table Tennis

Table Tennis is making its second appearance at the Commonwealth Games, and is expected to bring a high level of competition from some of the world’s top players.

The Table Tennis competition will take place across 11 days at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatics Centre, with eight medals on offer in the men’s and women’s singles, doubles and team events, as well as the women’s Elite Athletes with a Disability wheelchair singles event.

Singles and doubles events will involve a knockout draw, with the best players progressing to the gold medal match, whereas the team competition will have each competing nation play a round-robin format before the best teams contest the medal rounds, with all competition in accordance with the rules of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).

Competition Format
Event Men Women Mixed
Singles Not applicable
Singles EAD Not Applicable
Team No mixed team event

For further information please visit the following sites:

  • International Table Tennis Federation.
  • Table Tennis Australia.
  • Table Tennis Victoria.

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Medal Table

Table Tennis
Country Gold Medal Tally
Silver Medal Tally
Bronze Medal Tally
Singapore flag Singapore 4 4 3
India flag India 2 0 1
Nigeria flag Nigeria 1 1 2
England flag England 1 1 1
Australia flag Australia 0 2 1

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