Liam Pitchford and Joanna Drinkhall win the men's and women's English senior national table tennis titles in Sheffield.
Jersey include Josh Band as part of a three-man squad for the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo in April.
Tennis and swimming are among six sports told to increase participation levels by funding body Sport England.
Meet England's 15-year-old Commonwealth Games hopeful, her brother Ping and a father obsessed with table tennis
Queen's Baton Relay reporter Mark Beaumont meets some of Singapore's top table tennis players
Rob Davies' medal haul at the European Championships sees him rise to the top of the Para table tennis class 1 rankings.
Para table tennis player Will Bayley says reaching the European Championships final was "a massive achievement".
Rob and Paul Davies win gold medal in the team event at the European Para table tennis final in Italy.
Paralympian Rob Davies wins European table tennis gold in Italy.
Paralympic silver medallist Will Bayley believes table tennis "needs a superstar" to increase the sport's popularity.
Jersey's Josh Band finishes runner-up to Declan O'Brien at the Guildford Senior Open Grand Prix after an exhausting weekend.
Jersey's Josh Band enjoys the best result of his career as he finishes runner-up at the Liverpool Open.
Jersey's Josh Band makes it through to the main draw at the US Open Table Tennis Championships in Las Vegas.
Boxing is are among the biggest winners in UK Sport's Olympic 2016 funding programme, but swimming has a £4m cut.
Wheelchair fencing and basketball win funding reprieve but table tennis, wrestling and volleyball miss out.
China's Li Xiaoxia beats compatriot Liu Shiwen in Paris to win her first world title and complete a career grand slam.
Paralympic table tennis silver medallist Will Bayley wins his second gold medal of 2013 at the Slovenian Open.
Paralympic table tennis player and world number one Will Bayley is keen to make an impact at the Slovenia Open
British Olympian Andrew Baggaley says plans to bring in a new style of table tennis balls are "bizarre".
Guernsey's Alice Loveridge and Northamptonshire's Chris Doran retain their titles at the Jersey Table Tennis Open.