How to Watch Table Tennis at Olympics Live Online

Published 12 July 2021 By: James

If you want to watch Table tennis at the Olympics 2020 live online, then you only have to follow the steps given below:

  1. Get a Sports VPN (PureVPN)
  2. Connect to a British server
  3. Visit BBC iPlayer
  4. Watch Table tennis at the Olympics 2020 live

Table Tennis at Summer Olympics

Table Tennis has been a part of the Olympic competition since the 1980s. The sport debuted in the Olympics back in 1988 and has been a part of every Olympic competition since then.

Until now, Table Tennis has been dominated by Chinese athletes. China has won 53 medals in 32 Table Tennis events. What’s even more amazing is that China has won 28 of the 32 Olympic Gold Medals in Table Tennis.

China’s dominance in Table Tennis has been so amazing that the International Olympic Committee had to change rules in the game, such that each country can only enter two athletes into this sport. This means that only two Chinese athletes can play in the Table Tennis events. Even if these two win the medals, there would still be one medal left for another nation to win in.

Table tennis will be played in the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The Games were set to be played in 2020, as the name suggests. However, the competition was delayed due to the spread of the pandemic. Thankfully, though, things are much better than they were an year ago, which is why the Olympic Games are set to resume this year alongside Table Tennis events.

The Table tennis event starts from July 24 and will continue until August 6. There will be five different Table tennis events in which a total of 172 competitors will take part belonging to 24 nations.

  • Australia (6 athletes)
  • Austria (3 athletes)
  • Brazil (6 athletes)
  • Canada (3 athletes)
  • China (6 athletes)
  • Croatia (3 athletes)
  • Denmark (1 athletes)
  • Egypt (1 athletes)
  • Fiji (1 athletes)
  • France (6 athletes)
  • Germany (6 athletes)
  • Hong Kong (6 athletes)
  • Hungary (5 athletes)
  • India (4 athletes)
  • Iran (1 athletes)
  • Italy (1 athletes)
  • Japan (6 athletes)
  • Kazakhstan (2 athletes)
  • Luxembourg (1 athletes)
  • Mongolia (2 athletes)
  • North Korea (3 athletes)
  • Poland (3 athletes)
  • Portugal (4 athletes)
  • Puerto Rico (3 athletes)
  • ROC (3 athletes)
  • Romania (3 athletes)
  • Saudi Arabia (1 athletes)
  • Serbia (3 athletes)
  • Singapore (3 athletes)
  • Slovenia (3 athletes)
  • South Korea (6 athletes)
  • Spain (1 athletes)
  • Sweden (3 athletes)
  • Syria (1 athletes)
  • Chinese Taipei (6 athletes)
  • Ukraine (1 athletes)
  • United States (6 athletes)
  • Vanuatu (2 athletes)