The first renovation project on a Chengdu 2021 Summer World University Games venue is complete, organisers say.
Thirty-six facilities are being improved in total, with National Key Table Tennis Training School the first to see work finish.
The building's main hall is equipped with 12 standard tables and 1,300 seats.
The ceiling is 12 metres above the floor - ideal for table tennis - and the hall takes up three storeys, with National Key Table Tennis Training School four storeys tall in total.
It also boasts athlete accommodation.
Lighting and ventilation systems were upgraded as part of the works, which have finished ahead of schedule.
The venue will be used for training purposes come the Games, but organisers say the improvements mean it is equipped to serve as both a competition and training facility for many years to come.
Chendgu 2021 represents the third time in 20 years China will host the Summer World University Games, following on from Beijing 2001 and Shenzhen 2011.
It is due to run between August 18 and 29 next year, having been pushed back by two days following the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics until 2021.