China Looks To Own Olympic Table Tennis Behind Chen Meng

  • World No.1 table tennis player Chen Meng makes her Olympic debut in Tokyo holding -175 odds to win the women’s event.
  • China looks to repeat as table tennis winners as they also hold the favorite for the men in Fan Zhendong at -140 betting odds.

TOKYO - China heads to Tokyo for the Olympics as the heavy favorite to dominate the table tennis competitions. The Chinese are led by women’s world No.1 player Chen Meng, who will make her Olympic debut this year at the age of 27.

Currently online Olympic sportsbooks  have Meng as the strong favorite to win the gold in women’s table tennis event with -175 betting odds.

Table Tennis Women's Singles Winner

  • Chen Meng -175
  • Sung Yingsha +160
  • Mima Ito +1000
  • Cheng I-Ching +3300
  • Feng Tianwei +4000
  • Kasumi Ishikawa +4000

Meng has spent 10 years working her way through the Chinese national team, and will now finally get to represent her country on the grandest stage of competition.

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She has some of the toughest competition on her own team, as China has won 28 of the 32 possible gold in Olympic table tennis since the event became a medal sport in 1988.

With that in mind, it isn’t surprising that China also has the favorite to win table tennis on the men’s side in Fan Zhendong.

Table Tennis Men's Singles Winner

  • Fan Zhendong -140
  • Ma Long +135
  • Tomokazu Harimoto +1200
  • Lin Yun-Ju +1800
  • Dmitrij Ovtcharov +3300
  • Timo Boll +3300

Table tennis experience a massive boom in the online sports betting world during the pandemic.

Due to its socially distant nature, table tennis was one of the first sports to return and was a hot topic among desperate bettors.

Now, those bettors can wager on the absolute best in the sport taking on each other in the most legendary situation the sport has to offer, the Olympics.