My Sport Live (MSL) and Table Tennis Australia (TTA) have extended their long-term media partnership, with MSL set to broadcast every TTA national level event in 2021:

  • 2021 National Hopes Challenge on 16 April
  • 2021 TTA Tour – Sydney on 29-30 April
  • 2021 TTA Tour – Melbourne on 5-6 June
  • 2021 National Senior, Youth, Junior & Para Championships – 8 days of coverage between 2-11 July
  • 2021 National Veterans Championships – 4 days of coverage between 9-16 October

Free livestream coverage will be available through the TTA Facebook page, TTA website and the MSL Livestream channel.

Best of all, all events will be available on demand so viewers can tune in anytime.

TTA CEO Scott Houston was thrilled with the announcement, commenting:

“My Sport Live have been on the journey with TTA helping us to increase the professionalism of our major events, provide exposure for our premier athletes and allow us to deliver outstanding value for our sponsors.”

“Our viewership statistics have been continuously improving, with the Stage 2 Olympic Qualification Tournament in January 2020 breaking all records.”

“Then COVID-19 hit and we had to pause our national events, but we can’t wait to resume our premier events this year and produce coverage, free of charge, to everyone,” he said.

“My Sport Live provide a great service and they understand table tennis. No doubt this combination helps us to present our events in the best possible fashion.” Houston added.

My Sport Live Managing Director Andrew Weiss was equally pleased to extend the partnership, stating:

“It is so wonderful to be able to work together again with TTA to bring every national level event to the screen in 2021.”

“After the disappointment of 2020 and with so many events being cancelled throughout the year, it really is a privilege to be able to showcase the joy and excitement everyone is showing with sport returning.” Weiss said.

“We have a long and proud history streaming TTA events spanning nearly a decade, so to be on-board with TTA for 2021 is really exciting for us, and we are looking forward to showcasing the best that table tennis has to offer in Australia!” Weiss added.

More details will be released in the coming weeks regarding broadcast times and where and when you will be able to watch TTA’s national level events.