A new set of office-bearers, led by President Dushyant Chautala, takes charge of affairs at the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI), following the Annual General Body to elect them took place at a city hotel here today. Chautala will have a new Secretary General in M.P. Singh and treasurer in Arun Banerjee.
Ministry has decided to provide financial assistance for the training of Coaches and technical officials under the scheme of Human Resource Development in Sports. In this regard, we would request you to send the names of the Coaches from your State who are interested to attend level -1, level -2 and level -3 coaching course.
That was the honour bestowed on Dhanraj Choudhary, secretary general of the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI). Indeed, itís a deserving tribute to someone who works tirelessly in promoting the sport that he played once as an employee of LIC
YOU have done the impossible and you have shown us the way. Hearty congratulations to you on behalf of the entire table tennis fraternity!
Closely on the heels of signing a long-term agreement with 11Even Sports, the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) has inked an all-compassing partnership pact with HVR Sports Inc., here today.
Hoping for a change of good fortune, the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) has re-appointed Italian Massimo Costantini for a two-year period up to September 30, 2018. He takes charge as chief coach of the national team from October 1 but having arrived in New Delhi a couple of days ago, the foreign visited the venue of the ongoing National Ranking (Central Zone) championships to have a close look at the players.
Manav Thakkar, Ananth Devarajan and Archana Kamath maintaining impressive track records, with sustained world rankings obtained through participation in global junior circuit events abroad, have made it to the singles events of the World Junior Championships to be held at Cape Town in South Africa in November-December later this year.
Award Ceremony of Asian Championships, Bangkok
Manika Batra has been the lone Indian paddler who has gained much in terms of world ranking points despite her first-round loss in the Rio Olympics along with a marginal improvement for Mouma Das.
If it was the pair of Anthony Amalraj and G.Sathiyan that did well to claim a bronze in the Bulgaria Open at Panagyurishte in the last week of August, it was the womenís doubles duo of Mouma Das and Manika Batra who added a bronze to Indiaís tally in the Czech Open at Olomouc which concluded just a couple of days ago.