Nigeria will join the rest of Africa to scramble for a spot in next year’s 3rd Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires in
Tunis on April 16 to 17 immediately after the
African Junior and Cadet Championships.
According to the President, ITTF Africa, Khaled El-Salhy, the continent is aiming for making the podium again after Tunisia’s Adem Hmam became the first table tennis player from the continent to win medal after a bronze medal in the mixed doubles event.
The ITTF boss admitted that the fight for the four slots would surely be among Nigeria, Egypt, Algeria as well as the host – Tunisia.