TOP SPIN Tournaments


TOP SPIN MASTERS SERIES - Season 5 - 2017/2018 - Ranking/Points


Dear players,

     TOP SPIN is excited to invite you to its new Masters Series Circuit tournaments on Sundays   

    This is a non-rating tournaments that allow you to maximize your play  time and practice your game while having fun and meeting new people! No rating fee and tournament passes will be added!

    Master Series Circuit includes 10 Circuit tournaments, however no any  commitments from you! The Round Robin format will determine final standing for each player. 

    Also, as part of a shake-up of the Circuit, to reflect the number of  ranking points available to the winner and each player. Players are  ranking on the basis of their results and participation in the Circuits.

    After a completion of the Circuit (10 tournaments), Top 12 and Division B players will  determine.

   And MASTER SERIES CUP – Top 12 and MASTER SERIES CUP -  Division B dates will be announced.

    As a tradition, TOP SPIN organizes the tournaments based on the  positive feedback from players who played on previous successful  tournaments through all 10 years of TOP SPIN operation.

    Please fill out the attached entry form, with your complete registration and mail to mailing address by due date, to avoid any delay with a draws and  tournament organization.

   Thank you and we are looking forward to see you!


     TOP SPIN Winter Open 2014 Newsletter - Click Here



History was made at the Top Spin Table Tennis Centre on November 30, 2014. The First Canadian Hardbat Open Championship marks the first time that a rated hardbat tournament has been held on Canadian soil. Twelve players planted the first Canadian seed for the growth of hardbat, a version of table tennis popular in Britain, France, and the United States, but which until now has been dormant in Canada since the advent of sponge paddles six decades ago. The field consisted of four hardbat veterans from the USA as well as eight previously unrated Canadians. An all American final featured reigning US Nationals over 60 hardbat champion Ray Mack of Rochester defeating Cliff Falk of Buffalo in two straight games in the best of three match. Third and fourth place went to Canadians, as the wily table tennis doyen Nelson Gile of Toronto pulled out his bag of tricks to overcome the offense minded Maxim Zaiko, also of Toronto, in two straight in the consolation match. Overall, it was a successful beginning for hardbat in Canada, and one more first at the nation’s most innovative club, the Top Spin Table Tennis Centre! 






TOP SPIN Table Tennis Center
106 Martin Ross Ave, Toronto, M3J 2L4
Ph: (416) 477-6875, (647) 298-2243