LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Table Tennis Championships-2017
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New Delhi, August 7: Second-seed G. Sathiyan and third-seeded Pooja Sahasrabuddhe lifted the men and women singles trophies without much of a sweat in the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here today.

 

Their winning efforts fetched them Rs. 80,000 and Rs. 70,000, respectively. It was the successive title wins for Sathiyan, who blanked out Harmeet Desai 4-0, while Pooja claimed her m

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New Delhi, August 6: Top-seeded A. Sarath Kamal and Madhurika Patkar sounded a grim warning to fellow players as they asserted their supremacy to enter the men and women singles semi-finals, respectively, in the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here today.

 

In fact, credit must go to seventh seed Takeme Sarkar, whose enterprising display of strokes which led to the downfall of reig

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Takeme Sarkar of the Railways sent reigning singles champion and second-seeded Suthirtha packing to enter the semifinals of the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here today.

 

For the girl from Siliguri, it was the major victory and the first semifinal entry in a tournament of this size. She had, however, made it to the last-four stages of the national ranking championships at Indore during the

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New Delhi, August 5: Top-seeded and reigning national champion Madhurika had to endure qualifier Shruti Amrute for more than she should have before overcoming in the women singles to enter the pre-quarterfinals of the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here today.

 

After the initial struggle Madhurika, who was down 1-3, struck a nice rhythm and recovered well in time to win 4-3. But

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New Delhi, August 4: With the team events having concluded yesterday in the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships, it was time for players to show their prowess in singles at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here as the qualification processes began today.

 

With 122 men players, the main draw will be of 128 with six byes, while it will be a draw of 64 in women section with two preliminary rounds because of 33 groups. &nbs

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