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Ghana Table Tennis Association President Afadzinu Outlines Plans for Past Success Restoration After 2023 African Games Display

Ghana Table Tennis Association President, Mawuko Afadzinu, has outlined plans to revive the sport in the country.

Mawuko Afadzinu, President of the Ghana Table Tennis Association and Chairman of the International Table Tennis Federation’s Sustainability Committee, outlined strategies to revitalise the country’s table tennis prowess following their performance at the 2023 African Games.

During a meet-the-press event held at the Accra International Conference Centre, Afadzinu emphasised initiatives to nurture promising young talents like Akli and Michael Yeboah.

Ghana Table Tennis Association, Mawuko Afadzinu, African Games.
President of the Ghana Table Tennis Association, Mawuko Afadzinu is confident about revitalising the sport in the country.
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While Team Ghana agonisingly missed out on securing a podium finish in both the singles and team event, the table tennis chief expressed satisfaction with the overall performance of the Black Loopers at the 2023 African Games.

He also disclosed ongoing efforts to secure scholarships from the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) for specialized training in Qatar, slated for May.

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The event saw the presence of key figures from the African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF), including President Khaled El-Salhy from Egypt and Vice-President Andrew Mudibo, who shared insights and expertise.

El-Salhy’s leadership signifies a renewed commitment to elevate African table tennis on the global platform.

Through collaborative efforts and strategic investments, the ATTF aims to cultivate a new generation of skilled players capable of competing at international levels.

With the upcoming Olympics on the horizon, attention is on African players, with top talents from Ghana and 29 other countries gearing up for the table tennis arena.

This edition of the games, building upon the success of the inaugural event in Congo Brazzaville, promises to spotlight the burgeoning talent and competitive spirit of African table tennis players on the global stage.

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