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China Table Tennis Super League

China Table Tennis Super League (Chinese: 中国乒乓球超级联赛, CTTSL) is the top table tennis division under the Chinese Table Tennis Association.

The last finisher of the CTTSL will be relegated to the China Table Tennis Jia League A Group. The top two finishers of the Jia League A Group will have extra games with the second last finishers of the CTTSL for two positions in the CTTSL.

Teams

Men's league

In 2015 China Table Tennis Super League Teams:

  • Luneng - Zhang Jike, Hao Shuai, Zhang Chao, Fang Bo, Wu Hao
  • Jiangsu - Zheng Peifeng, Kong Lingxuan, Lin Chen, Dimitrij Ovtcharov, Kim Minseok
  • Ningbo - Ma Long, Yan An, Lin Gaoyuan, Lvy Xiang
  • Bayi - Fan Zhendong, Zhou Yu, Xu Chenhao, Zhou Kai, Zhang Yang
  • Shanghai - Xu Xin, Shang Kun, Zhao Zihao, Chen Zhiyang, Zhang Yang
  • Weiqiao - Liang Jingkun, Cui Qinglei, Yu Ziyang, Zhang Yudong, Liu Yi, Zhao Qihao, Timo Boll
  • Tianjin - Ma Te, Liu Dingshuo, Wei Shihao, Chuang Chih Yuan
  • Guangdong - Liu Jikang, Yin Hang, Liu Yanan, Joo Saehyuk, Wong Chun Ting
  • Bazhou - Ren Hao, Zhai Chao, Cheng Jingqi, Fan Shengpeng, Wang Chuqin, Stephane Ouaiche
  • Sichuan - Xu Ruifeng, Zhu Linfeng, Lai Jiaxin, Tang Yushi, Chen Chien An

In 2014, the 10 teams are:

In 2008, the 9 teams are:

Women's league

In 2014, the 10 teams are:

Foreign players

A number of foreign players have played in the league.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

Foreign-born players

Men's league
Women's league

Naturalized Chinese players

There have also been many players from Mainland China, who at some point in his or her career became a citizen of another country or territory.

Men's league
Women's league

Chinese players

Men's league
Zhang Jike, Zhang Chao (table tennis), Ma Lin,  Fang Bo, Song Hongyuan, Li Muqiao, Wang Hao, Lei Zhenhua, Hao Shuai, Xu Xin, Qiu Yike, Wei Yan Tao, Zhang Yibo, Shan Xiaona, Ma Long, Wang Jianjun, Han Yang

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