The inaugural WTT Grand Smash, which will be held at the OCBC Arena at the Singapore Sports Hub from 7-20 March 2022.
Venue: OCBC Arena, Singapore Sports Hub
Date: 7 - 20 Mar 2022 (Event), 4 Mar 2022 (Interest Registration)
Fee: from $10
Table tennis fans in Singapore can enjoy priority access and attractive prices for tickets to watch the world's best paddlers up close at the inaugural WTT Grand Smash! Held at the OCBC Arena, Singapore Sports Hub from 7 to 20 March 2022, fans can expect to catch both international and local stars as they compete for US$2,000,000 in prize money, the biggest prize purse at an officially sanctioned table tennis event.
Spectators can expect a star-studded line-up and tantalising clashes at Singapore Smash 2022, with Olympic and world championship medallists to compete in Singapore. Men's world No. 1 Fan Zhendong and women's world No. 1 Sun Yingsha, Olympic champions Chen Meng and Ma Long, as well as Japanese star Tomokazu Harimoto are among the athletes who will do battle at OCBC Arena.
Singapore fans can also watch their favourite local players in action, led by women's world No. 9 Feng Tianwei and Lin Ye. A host of Singapore stars will also be announced shortly through the wildcard entry process.
Members of the public can register their interest now at World Table Tennis (WTT) https://
Ticket prices start from $10 for the qualifying matches, which run from 7 to 9 March. Main draw matches will be played from 11 to 20 March, and tickets are priced from $18. Ticket packages including day passes for the main draw are available from $35.
Safe Management Measures
All spectators to Singapore Smash 2022 are to abide by the necessary Safe Management Measures. Spectators attending Singapore Smash must be fully vaccinated and submit a negative self-administered ART test result before entry into OCBC Arena. Individuals who are either (1) recovered from a COVID-19 infection within the past 180 days regardless of vaccination status, (2) medically ineligible for COVID-19 vaccination, (3) unvaccinated children aged 12 and below, can attend the event, and will also have to submit a negative self-administered ART test result before entry into OCBC Arena.