From out of nowhere, both Ananth Devarajan and Manav Thakkar have hit the world chart to do India proud as they occupy slots at No. 24 and No. 54, respectively. Incidentally, this is the first time that the two Indian boys have entered world ranking bracket.
The Pinnacle Table Tennis Academy, established in 2009, is one of the most sought-after coaching centres, in Delhi. Its popularity over the years havegrown leaps and bounds, thanks to a dedicated and equally determined lot of International and National ranked players that has come out of its assembly lines. In fact, these are the players that have given us name and fame and they have been growing in numbers by the dozen every year.
Payas Jain did India proud as he finished a silver medal in the Hopes Boys singles final in the SET 2016 Thailand Junior and Cadet ITTF Golden Series which concluded in Bangkok today.
Continuing the tradition of receiving awards and rewards by table tennis players in recent years, Archana Girish Kamath, joined the elite group of paddlers.
With the dust settled from the Perfect 2016 World Team Table Tennis Championships, I would like to share with you the media success of the event.
As you may be aware, IIIT-Delhi is an autonomous Institute of Government of Delhi, Which is regarded as one of the premiere institutions in the country in education and research in IT
Rio Olympics-bound Soumyajit Ghosh upstaged his icon and friend Achanta Sharath Kamal in world ranking on today.
Utkarsh Gupta of Delhi was bestowed with the Rajiv Gandhi State Sports Award for his accomplishments in both national and international table tennis events along with a prize purse of Rs. 2 lakh. He received both the trophy and the cheque from Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who is also the state’s Education and Sports Minister.
It was a nice gesture on the part of expats living in Dubai to honour the Indian players, both current and former, along with some of the TTFI officials at a gala function held in their honour by India Club at Dubai.
It was a fantastic outcome for former national title-holder Soumyajit Ghosh and women’s reigning national Manika Batra at the Nakheel Table Tennis Asian Cup which concluded at Dubai tonight.