27 Jan 2017

The Seamaster 2017 ITTF World Tour kicked off in Hungary and now that the balls have been collected and the tables packed away it’s a time for reflection… reflection on how awesome it was!

Thanks to DHS we’ve captured the best of the best from the Seamaster 2017 ITTF World Tour Hungarian Open and condensed it down in to a bite size portion that will satisfy any table tennis fan’s appetite.

Have a scroll to the bottom of the page and enjoy the return of the World Tour with the DHS ITTF Top Ten.

On your way have a look at these “High Five Moments” from the Top Ten:

1. Britt Eerland will now forever be known as Britt “The Backhand” Eerland; wham, bam, thank you ma’am.

2. Yan An’s forehand has a peculiar secondary effect of not only wining points but also making Adam Bowbrow channel Bart Simpson. Ay, Caramba!

3. Wen Jia was certainly paying attention in trigonometry. Stay in school kids and maybe one day you too will find the angles to have an unreturnable forehand.

4. On a side note, hasn’t anyone else noticed that Google is glitching? I type in “define athlete” and Quadri Aruna doesn’t pop up.

5. And finally, when you combine Vladimir Samsonov and Quentin Robinot you get popcorn ping pong; Vladi is buttery smooth and Robinot is probably feeling a little salty.

World Tour Hungarian Open DHS ITTF Top Ten

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