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Indore, February 10: Gnasekaran Sathiyan served himself and a sparse crowd at the Abhay Prashal Indoor Stadium a double delight as he won both the Youth Boys singles and doubles titles at the 74th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships that concluded here today.

 

PSPB’s Sathiyan, making most of the absence of Soumyajit Ghosh, last year’s winner of the title, defeated Tamil Nadu’s Nithin Thiruvengadam 4-1. The singles triumph was wor

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Indore, February 9: Of the top eight seeds, only six survived to live another day while No. 4 D. Sameera Kumar of Tamil Nadu and No. 7 Utkarsh Gupta of Delhi fell by the way in the pre-quarterfinals of the Youth Boys sections of the 74th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal Indoor Stadium here today.

 

In the Youth Girls section, fifth and eighth seeds Ayhika Mukerjee and T. Reeth Rishya, respectively, succumbed in the pre-quart

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Indore, February 8: Gnasekaran Sathiyan of Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) and Krittwicka Sinha Roy of West Bengal have been given the top billing in the singles events of the Youth Boys and Youth Girls sections at the 74th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal Indoor Stadium here today.

 

Sathiyan, last year’s runner-up in his section, has managed to keep his ranking intact while in the girls’

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Indore, February 7: Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) scored an emphatic victory 3-0 over Tamil Nadu to extend their hold on the Youth Boys trophy and West Bengal defeated Andhra Pradesh 3-2 to win the Youth Girls crown in the 74th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal Indoor Stadium here today.

 

In the Junior Boys section, PSPB Academy retained title beating West Bengal 3-0, while in the Junior Girls sect

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Indore, February 6: The Madhya Pradesh in Youth Boys section and Kerala in the Junior Girls category caused upsets to enter the quarterfinals of the 74th Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal Indoor Stadium here today. Incidentally, in both cases the sufferers were Maharashtra B.

 

But for these minor aberrations, all other favourites booked their quarterfinal berths. But what was remarkable was the pressure

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