The aim of this study was to evaluate the reliability of the Table Tennis Specific Battery Test (TTSBT) in young table tennis players. Sixteen (n=16) boys and fourteen (n=14) girls aged 13.3±0.9yrs performed the battery test twice. The present study, based on the competitive performance level of the players, assessed 4 groups (8 tests) of the TTSBT regarding the playing target skills (Reaction Speed, Displacement Speed, Skill Speed, Ocular-Manual coordination). The Intraclass Correlation Coefficient (ICC) was applied to estimate the coefficients of reliability, while the t-test was used in order to analyze the players’ test-retest performance in the TTSBT. From the results it is shown that the overall reliability of the studied TTSBT was high (a=0.85). However, 3 tests were excluded from the testing battery due to their low reliability. In conclusion, the TTSBT is generally a reliable test battery which focuses on the evaluation of the technical skills and the table tennis performance progress of the young players.