09 May 2024

The 16 pairs are now known with today's World Ranking publication.

The latest ITTF Table Tennis World Ranking released on 7 May 2024 has allocated* the last coveted spots for the Mixed Doubles event at the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympics, setting the stage for an electrifying showdown this summer.

Seven pairs have clinched their tickets to Paris, including World No.1 and current World Champions Sun Yingsha-Wang Chuqin. The Chinese duo, who took gold at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games, will try to repeat the performance in Paris this summer.

They will face stiff competition as they are joined by Korea Republic’s Lim Jonghoon-Shin Yubin and Japan’s Hina Hayata-Tomokazu Harimoto, respectively World No.2 and No.3.

The other pairs who secured their spots with today’s ranking are Chinese Taipei’s Chen Szu-Yu-Lin Yun-Ju; Romania’s Ovidiu Ionescu-Bernadette Szocs; and Hungary’s Dora Madarasz-Nandor Ecseki. France, as the host country, took the last quota and will be represented by Alexis Lebrun and Jianan Yuan in front of home crowd.

The rest of the competitors are continental champions as well as winners from the World Mixed Doubles Qualification held in Havirov, Czech Republic last April.

The Mixed Doubles event will crown the first table tennis Olympic Champions of Paris 2024, with the final set to be played on Wednesday 30 July in South Paris Arena #4. Players will be seeded using the ITTF Table Tennis World Rankings published on 16 July 2024.

If the National Olympic Committee has qualified a team, all players from the Mixed Doubles event will be included in the team composition of their respective genders.

As the Games edges closer, stay updated with everything relating to the road to Paris 2024 on our dedicated event page.

Mixed Doubles Pairs Qualified* for the Olympic Games Paris 2024
  1. Australia – Minhyung Jee and Nicholas Lum (Continental Qualification)
  2. Brazil – Victor Ishiy and Bruna Takahashi (Continental Qualification)
  3. China – Sun Yingsha and Wang Chuqin (Ranking Qualification)
  4. Chinese Taipei – Chen Szu-Yu and Lin Yun-Ju (Ranking Qualification)
  5. Cuba – Jorge Campos and Daniela Fonseca Carrazana (Continental Qualification)
  6. Democratic People’s Republic Of Korea – Kim Kum Yong and Ri Jong Sik (World Qualification)
  7. Egypt – Omar Assar and Dina Meshref (Continental Qualification)
  8. France – Alexis Lebrun and Jianan Yuan (Host Quota)
  9. Germany – Nina Mittelham and Dang Qiu (Continental Qualification)
  10. Hong Kong, China – Doo Hoi Kem and Wong Chun Ting (World Qualification)
  11. Hungary – Nandor Ecseki and Dora Madarasz (Ranking Qualification)
  12. Japan – Hina Hayata and Tomokazu Harimoto (Ranking Qualification)
  13. Korea Republic – Lim Jonghoon and Shin Yubin (Ranking Qualification)
  14. Romania – Ovidiu Ionescu and Bernadette Szocs (Ranking Qualification)
  15. Spain – Alvaro Robles & Maria Xiao (World Qualification)
  16. Sweden – Christina Kallberg and Kristian Karlsson (World Qualification)


* The participation of athletes in the Olympic Games is contingent upon their respective National Olympic Committees’ selection for representation at Paris 2024, as per their exclusive authority.

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