Skip to content
Menu

World Table Tennis Champions Macao to kick off tomorrow

Leading players, including current world No 1 men’s and women’s singles champions Fan Zhendong and Sun Yingsha, already in town.

ARTICLE BY

PUBLISHED

READING TIME

Less than 1 minute Minutes

Leading players, including current world No 1 men’s and women’s singles champions Fan Zhendong and Sun Yingsha, already in town.

ARTICLE BY

PUBLISHED

READING TIME

Less than 1 minute Minutes

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:15 am

The WTT Champions Macao 2022 is set to be held at the Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion from tomorrow through Sunday, featuring a star-studded line-up of leading tennis players from around the globe.

Mainland China’s Fan Zhendong and Sun Yingsha, the world’s current topmen’s and women’s singles players, are already in town.  

Presented by Galaxy Entertainment Group, the WTT Champions Macao 2022 is organised by the Sports Bureau and World Table Tennis, and co-organised by the Macau Table Tennis General Association. 

Other star tennis players scheduled to play in the tournaments include Ma Long, Liang Jingkun and Chen Meng (mainland China), Doo Hoi Kem (Hong Kong), Tomokazu Harimoto and Mima Ito (Japan), Hugo Calderano (Brazil) and Adriana Díaz (Puerto Rico). 

The first round of 32 matches will be held on 19-20 October, with the second round – a total of 16 matches – taking place on 21 October. Quarterfinals and semifinals are scheduled on 22 October, while the finals will take place at 6 pm on 23 October.

Limited tickets are available from MacauTicket.com, by telephone or at Kong Seng outlets and the mainland sales offices, or at the Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion’s ticket counter during the event. Online ticket holders may collect their physical tickets at the ticket counter in the lobby of the pavilion. 

Anti-pandemic measures will be implemented throughout the event. All spectators must wear a facemask, undergo a temperature check, scan venue code and present a green-coloured Macao Health Code before being allowed to enter the venue, while courtside VIP ticket holders are also required to present a valid 48-hour negative nucleic acid test result. 

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 8:15 am

Send this to a friend