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The Mission of SDTTA is to foster a community of table tennis enthusiasts; a place where players of all levels can discover their passion for the sport, develop their skills and health, and compete regularly in a friendly atmosphere.

Tables & Shirts for Sale!

March 17th, 2014

We have five tables available, prices ranging from $350 to $600 on a First Come First Serve basis. Transportation Must be Provided by the Buyer. Also, we have SDTTA logo shirts in blue or red for $25.00.

Please see James Kahn, Bob Koch or John Anderson for details.

Maintenance and Repair Services Needed

July 25th, 2014

We need periodic maintenance and repair of our tables, nets, barriers, and aluminum bleachers/stands.


  • Maintenance: periodic cleaning and oiling/lubricating moving parts of tables, keeping rubber pads/bumpers intact at corners aluminum bleachers/stands


  • Repair: bad wheels of table, bent metals under tables, alignment of parts; repairing nets, connections, adjustment chains, gluing rubber pads to metal parts, drilling rubber pads to attach aluminum bleachers/stands at corners


Will pay cash with Receipt.


Can you or one of your friends handle such maintenance and repairs? We have a toolbox available for small jobs.


Interested? Please contact James Kahn, John Anderson or Bob Koch for details.


New Ball in ITTF Tournaments!

July 16th, 2014

Just in case you haven’t seen or heard about it, here’s a snippet of the Q&A provided by Paddle Palace:

The introduction of the new plastic “Poly Ball” for table tennis has created a lot of excitement in the table tennis world. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions with answers direct from Paddle Palace:

1) What is the new ball rule?
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) passed a resolution that all ITTF events after July 1, 2014, must use non-celluloid plastic balls. This deadline has a few exceptions; for example, the upcoming Youth Olympic Games taking place in Nanjing, China, August 16-28, 2014, is using a celluloid ball.

2) Are celluloid balls no longer legal?
Celluloid balls continue to be legal for the sport of table tennis. The ITTF continues to approve celluloid balls. All the of the 3-star balls available at Paddle Palace are legal for tournament play.

3) Which tournaments are affected by the ITTF resolution?
ITTF Sanctioned tournaments only are included in the resolution. This includes the World Championships, the ITTF World Tour, ITTF Junior Circuit, and ITTF sanctioned continental events.

4) Are USA tournaments required to use the new ball?
No. Domestic tournaments can choose to use any approved ball, eithercelluloid or non-celluloid.

For more Q&A visit the Paddle Palace website by clicking here.

California State Games

June 24th, 2014

CSG LogoTuesday, June 24th is the last day to register and have your name included in the California State Games Official Program!

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Balboa Park Activity Center
2145 Park Blvd

San Diego

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