World Championship of Ping Pong — at the Ally Pally

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If you enjoy a bit of Ping Pong (or Wiff-Waff, as Boris Johnson likes to call it) then get yourself down to Alexandra Palace for the World Championships.

I always thought that the Chinese crushed the world at Ping Pong, so imagine my surprise when I found out that the defending champion is actually Andrew Baggaley from England.

Finally... something that we're good at!

The tournament takes place over two days with a group stage, followed by a knockout stage for the last 32 and last 16 (29th). And then hopefully they'll give the trophy back to Andrew Baggaley again.

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