• Made in Germany

    Tiger Ping Pong combines form and function to create great looking equipment that's built to last. Innovative table tennis equipment suits every style of player from professional to recreational.
  • Made in France

    Cornilleau has evolved into the world leader in table tennis design, with highly innovative and top-quality products. A highly comprehensive range of leisure products developed for top-level competition combines ergonomics, safety and design.
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  • Michael Unger & DJ Dustin Bromley

    Hootsuite's main headquarter offices located in Vancouver, B.C.
    (HO/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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  • What colour surface is best?

    The colour of the table top surface is important because it needs to provide a good contrast between the floor, the walls and the background colours of the playing area.

    Traditionally, the surface of a table tennis table was always green or grey but, in order to make them visually better for television audiences, there was a period of experimentation with different colours during the early 1990s.

    A matt blue colour was eventually chosen as the preferred colour, primarily because it complements the (reddish) colour of the floor covering which is now used for all the top tournaments.

    And the International Table Tennis Federation now only authorise blue or green tables - although you may find that green tables are more readily available.

    However, the choice is yours!

  • Tiger Ping-Pong party in Vancouver

    Dustin Bromley (left) and Michael Unger have paddled their way from the Biltmore to the Chinatown Night MarketLike most things handed down from the British aristocracy—fox hunting, peerages, Prince Philip—table tennis is basically ridiculous, and certainly

    pointless. Ignoring for the moment that it was invented by the chinless gentry, Dustin Bromley and Michael Unger both agree that there’s just something inescapably goofy about a game played with tiny balls and cartoon-coloured bonsai paddles.

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