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Indian paddlers sail into third round

 

India's men and women teams posted their second successive wins in the Perfect 2016 World Championships, being held in Kuala Lumpur, to enter the third round today.

Perfect start for Indian paddlers

 

India's men paddlers had a perfect to start to their campaign in the Perfect 2016 World Championships, being played in Kula Lumpur, when they blanked out Vietnam 3-0 in the first round of the Second Division today.

Sharath-led team leaves for World Championships

 

A 10-member team, comprising five men and five women, will represent India in the World Championships, to be held at Kuala Lumpur between February 28 and March 6.

Mouma most capped Indian on world stage

 

Veteran paddler, Mouma Das, re-wrote history to become the first and only Indian player to have the highest-capped with 15 appearances in the World Table Tennis Championships along with Thailandís Komwon Nanthana from the Asian continent. Both the paddlers have represented their country 15 times each, the maximum by any Asian in both sections.

Regulars rewarded

 

I could have wished you all before but, as you know, we were all busy preparing and conducting the nationals, one after another. I was waiting for the senior nationals to get over at Hyderabad. I once again wish you all the best in the New Year and the new season.

Image of 77th Senior National & Inter-State Table Tennis Championships - 2015

 

Image of 77th Senior National & Inter-State Table Tennis Championships - 2015



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Update of LARC 2015B Immediate suspension of Efforter racket coverings

 

The ITTF Executive Committee has decided to suspend all Efforterracket coverings from LARC (List of authorised racket coverings),with immediate effect on 4 January 2016.

Senior boys and girls make it a Rajasthan affair; Maharashtra, N.Bengal share junior titles

 

Both Rajasthan's Mayur School and St. Xavier's Senior Secondary School lifted the Senior Boys and Senior Girls trophies in the 11Even Sports Inter-School National Table Tennis Championships, which concluded at the Abhay Prashal here today.

Real contenders emerge, fakes fade out

 

Pretenders were separated from real contenders as Rajasthan's Mayur School, and North Bengal's Siliguri Girls High School moved into the Senior Boys and Senior Girls semifinals of the 11Even Sports Inter-School National Table Tennis Championships, which was inaugurated at the Abhay Prashal here today.

Mayur boys, Siliguri girls start favourites

 

Rajasthan's Mayur School, spearheaded by Manav Thakkar and Anukram Jain, looks like the team to beat in the first-ever 11Even Sports Inter-School National Table Tennis Championships, organized under the aegis of the Table Tennis Federation of India and beginning at the Abhay Prashal, from tomorrow.

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