Best Female Table Tennis Player

At the moment, following is the ranking list of world’s best female table tennis players (Source: https://www.ittf.com/rankings/).  Without a doubt, Ding Ning is the best female table tennis player in the world.  She has just won her third table tennis championship!  She is 27-year old and uses Maplewood NCT V blade, Hurricane Neo 3 (forehand) and Tenergy 64 (backhand) rubbers.

  1. DING Ning 
  2. CHEN Meng
  3. ZHU Yuling
  4. LIU Shiwen
  5. HIRANO Miu
  6. FENG Tianwei
  7. ISHIKAWA Kasumi
  8. CHENG I-Ching
  9. HAN Ying
  10. SUN Yingsha

Why is Ding Ning the best ping pong player in the world?  Three World  Championships and Olympic Gold

Take a look at the video of the match from 2017 finals, Ding Ning won this.   That was her third championship!!! She has been a world table tennis champion three times and also won an Olympic gold in Rio 2016.  That makes her the best player in the world currently.

Ding Ning has been a leading player in China’s domestic women’s table tennis group. She won the women’s team title and trophy at 2012 London Olympic Games. She also won the women’s singles gold trophy at the 2011 World Championships, in addition, that season’s World Cup. She later went onto win the 2012 Asian ministry. She has been number one in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) positions as of November 2011.

Ding was born on June 20, 1990, in Daqing City, Heilongjiang Province. Her parents were both skilled athletes; her dad was a speed skater and her mum a baseball player. Ding started her desk tennis practice at age six and entered the Daqing Sports School at 1997. She registered into the National Youth Team in 2003 and joined the National Team at 2005. Back in 2007, she won all of her Planet eligibility suits. Ding is cheerful and optimistic. Currently, she’s busy preparing for 2012 London Olympic Games. “It’s still premature to share any particular goal today,” she explained. “The most significant things for me will be always to succeed in the most matches. My main goal is to get the Olympic gold medal.” She won the silver trophy at that the Olympics, losing for her team mate Li Xiaoxia.

Given here are Ding’s important accomplishments of this previous decade.

Team third position at the National Championships.

Team winner in the National Championships.

Team winner in the National Championships.

Team winner, women’s singles second location, and mixed doubles second place from the Asian youths Championships.

Women’s singles winner, women’s doubles winner, and team winner in the planet youths Championships at Linz.

Back in 2006 Women’s doubles winner from the National Championships.

Women’s singles winner in the National City Games.

Team winner and women’s doubles winner from the National Championships.

In ’09

Women’s singles winner in the Kuwait Open.

Women’s doubles second place at the Qatar Open.

Women’s singles third place at the Asia Cup.

Women’s doubles second area from the World Championships at Yokohama.

Women’s doubles winner from the China Open.

Team winner in the Worldcup.

Women’s team won and mixed doubles third place from the 11th National Games.

Women’s team, singles and doubles winner, and mixed second place from the Asian ministry.

Women’s singles second place along with women’s doubles winner from the ITTF Tour Finals.

This Season

Women’s doubles winner from the Qatar Open.

Women’s doubles second place at the Kuwait Open.

Women’s singles second place along with women’s doubles second place at the Germany Open.

Women’s singles second place at the Asia Cup.

Women’s team second area at the World Championships in Moscow.

Women’s doubles second place at China’s Suzhou Open.

Women’s team winner in the Worldcup.

Women’s singles and team winner, along with women’s doubles next place from the National Championships.

Women’s team winner and women’s doubles second place from the Asian Games.

Women’s singles winner and women’s doubles second place at the Britain Open.

Women’s singles and doubles second place at the Qatar Open.

Women’s singles winner in the Dubai Open.

Women’s singles winner and women’s doubles second place from the World Championships at Rotterdam.

Women’s singles second place along with women’s doubles second place at China’s Suzhou Open.

Women’s singles winner and women’s doubles winner from the Austria Open.

Women’s team second singles and place second place at the National Championships.

Women’s team and singles winner in the Worldcup.

Women’s singles second area at the ITTF Tour Finals.

Women’s doubles winner from the Hungary Open.

Women’s singles and women’s doubles winner at the Slovenia Open.

Women’s team and women’s doubles winner from the Asian ministry.

Women’s team winner in the World Championships in Dortmund.

Women’s singles second place along with women’s doubles winner from the South Korea Open.

Women’s doubles second place at China’s Shanghai Open.

Women’s singles second position at the London Olympic Games

Women’s singles winner at the Rio Olympic Games.