Author : Jerome Charyn
Comments : The author chronicles his love affair with TT, and some of it’s legendary players. A great read for the older aficionados, but my 17 year old TT nut, found it all a drag. Personally I can’t wait for the next one.
Author : Zdenko Uzorinac
Comments : Anecdotes, superb photos, and captivating TT stories of the game and it’s best ever players. What a book. Well worth the expensive price of about $35
Author : Deepak Jain
Comments : Good basic content, well suited to the beginner but short on the techniques required for the advancing champion. Spoilt by the absence of photos. This book is identical to Bib no.297 except for changes in Cover and Title.
Author : ITTF
Comments : A photographic record of World and Olympic Championships between 1999 and 2001. Some superbly exciting action shots, to capture all the tensions and dramas of these events.
Author : A J Harris
Comments : A history of the L&DTTA League for the period 1926 – 2001. A labour of love by their secretary Tony Harris that is full of anecdotes, tales, records and a good read even if you’re not a Scouse. Well researched and illustrated in Black and White.
Author : David Lawrence
Comments : One of those infuriating little books that you buy anticipating a content largely about Table Tennis. This one is a teenage humour of questions and answers batted to and fro between parents and their offsprings. Only a passing reference to our game.