When the Uttar Pradesh Table Tennis Association (UPTTA) allotted Gautam Buddh Nagar District Table Tennis Association to play hosts to the 62nd UP State Ranking Table Tennis Championships, there were some apprehensions and, justifiably, too
Hon'ble Sports Minister Nanubhai Vanavi unveiled tobu, the mascot of the Avadh 20th Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships-2015, to be held between December 16 and 21, and also the logo at a function at the Science Centre here today.
India's table tennis engagement in singles and doubles events at the ongoing Asian Championships at Pattaya, Thailand, came to an end as the men and women paddlers bowed out after putting up some exiting performances. Additionally, the Indians would have also gained individually with good ranking points during the course of their participation.
As expected, all the Indian players entered the round of 128 in men's singles of the the Asian Table Tennis Championships at Pattaya (Thailand), which began today. But it was curtains for all the female players who bowed out of the singles, including Mouma Das and Ankita, who had survived to enter the round of 32.
Iran, exacting revenge for their loss in the first division final, beat India 3-2 to finish ahead in the 7-8 position team match of the champion division in the Asian Table Tennis Championships at Pattaya (Thailand) today.
India's men team, despite emerging first division winners, failed to overcome a tough Singapore, losing 1-3 in positions 5-6 matches of the champion division in the Asian Table Tennis Championships at Pattaya (Thailand) today.
In a rare feat, Indiaís men paddlers posted a 3-2 come-from-behind win over hosts Thailand to enter the champion division of the Asian Table Tennis Championships, only to lose to top-seed Chinese 3-0 in the quarterfinals at Pattaya (Thailand) today.
Following the footsteps of the womenís team, the Indian menís squad entered the second stage of the Asian Table Tennis Championships at Pattaya (Thailand) here today.
The Indian team, comprising Mouma Das, Ankita Das, K. Shamini, Pooja Sahasrabudhe and Manika Batra, kept a clean slate in the womenís team first stage and topped Group B of the Asian Table Tennis Championships at Pattaya (Thailand) here today
India will be hosting the World Junior Circuit Finals at Indore between January 22 and 25. This was confirmed by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) in a communication to the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) yesterday.