Nittaku Premium 40+ Ball to be used at European Championships

The prestigious European Championships is one of the first major international championships using the new plastic poly balls. The European Championships will be held this year in Lisbon, Portugal at MEO Arena from September 24th-28th. ITTF has mandated that all ITTF sanctioned events will use non-celluloid plastic balls as of August, 2014.

The Nittaku Premium 40+ ball is the official ball for the European Championships. Made in Japan, the Nittaku Premium 40+ Ball is the only ITTF-approved non-celluloid ball made
The Nittaku Premium 40+ ball is the official ball for the European Championships. Made in Japan, the Nittaku Premium 40+ Ball is the only ITTF-approved non-celluloid ball made outside of China. There are currently four manufacturers (three from China and one from Japan) and 21 brands that have their plastic balls approved by the ITTF for use in international competitions.  Of all the new poly balls, Nittaku Premium 40+ is the ball closest to ITTF specifications. Besides being more consistent in roundness and hardness, the Nittaku Premium 40+ ball is more durable than the other balls, including celluloid balls.
In the Team Competition, Germany is the reigning champion in both Men’s and Women’s Events.
In the Individual Event, the 2013 Men’s Singles European Champion is Dimitrij Ovtcharov of Germany, and the 2013 Women’s Singles European Champion is Li Fen of Sweden.

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