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Out on her own, Feng Tianwei upsets world No 1 Ding Ning

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SINGAPORE — Two months after she was unceremoniously axed from the national team, paddler Feng Tianwei hit back with a statement of intent on Sunday (Dec 4), as the 30-year-old shocked world No 1 Ding Ning of China 3-2 in her Chinese Super League match. 311 more words

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Olympic dream not over for Feng

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World No 5 paddler will have support of STTA for international tournaments, while major Games will be subject to its selection policies… 488 more words

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STTA and Feng Tianwei: Ex-coach speaks out

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When Yang Chuanning was sacked as national table tennis men’s head coach last November, little was made known about his sudden dismissal. 560 more words

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Table tennis: Feng Tianwei did not make false monetary claims, says STTA

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The Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) has clarified that national player Feng Tianwei did not make any false monetary claims while under its fold. 311 more words

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Feng Tianwei wants to stay in and represent Singapore

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SINGAPORE: Olympic medalist Feng Tianwei will continue to stay in Singapore and still wants to represent the country in table tennis, despite being dropped from the national team. 264 more words

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Move to drop Feng Tianwei in the works for some time: STTA president Lee

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SINGAPORE: Deliberations on whether Feng Tianwei should be dropped from the national team started more than two years ago, when Ellen Lee took the helm at the Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA), she revealed on Friday (Oct 28). 1,019 more words

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Feng dropped from national team as STTA announces new strategy

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SINGAPORE: The Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) today (Oct 25) announced a new strategic plan that emphasises youth development for the four years leading to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. 894 more words

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