Expressions of interest open for ITTF Veterans World Tour 2022 – TBEN


The TBEN (ITTF) announced the opening of the first round of nominations for the ITTF Veterans World Tour (WVT) 2022 – a series of events connecting millions of table tennis players through a format organized and managed by professionals.

The ITTF WVT 2022 will include up to 10 events from April to December. Member associations, continental associations and local organizers are invited to participate in the Tour. In an ever-growing community of veteran players and as the world continues to reconnect, WVT is the perfect opportunity for host cities to resume hosting international sporting events with the support of the ITTF Group.

Hosts should begin their bidding process with an expression of interest to the ITTF, who will then invite bidders to further explain their proposals and submit a detailed bidding form. The ITTF will then shortlist the best bids and name the successful host cities. The deadlines for the tender procedure are as follows:

  • January 31, 2022: Expression of interest
  • February 14, 2022: interviews with the LOC and the host
  • February 16, 2022: Selection

The process of hosting an event on the ITTF 2022 Veterans World Tour starts here. For World Veterans Tour 2022 guidelines, please click here.

WVT events are open to any player aged 40 and over. With seven age categories on offer, it’s a Tour open to all those who continue to show their passion for sport! Over 1,000 players took part in the WVT Tour 2019 events, which started in Shenzhen (China) in August and ended in Cardiff (Wales) in December. Other stops in 2019 included Townsville (Australia), Fort. Lauderdale (United States) and Doha (Qatar). The WVT also has a dedicated website, its own global ranking system, enhanced marketing and social media programs, and much more!

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