Table Tennis is one of the five most popular sports in the world. It is being played in 222 countries presently
The 2010 CWG at New Delhi had paved the way for India doing consistently well in table tennis at international meets, throwing up juniors like Soumyajit Ghosh, Harmeet Desai, G. Sathiyan and Ankita Das, to name a few. No doubt, we heavily cling on to this bunch for India’s medal fortunes at every international meet and major Games.
Twelve-year-old unseeded Tanisi Kirtani went down 2-3 to the top-seeded Orikamise Ester in the
A four-member team, comprising Soumyajit Ghosh, Devesh Karia, Ankita Das and Mouma Das, left to Kobe in the wee hours today to participate in the GAC Group World Tour Japan Open starting at the southern city of the island nation from tomorrow. The team is accompanied by coach Vijaysarathy Seshadri from Chennai.
The third seeded Indian pair of Harmeet Desai and Soumyajit Ghosh went down in the doubles final of the GAC Group ITTF World Tour Australian Open table tennis tournament here on Saturday.
The Indian challenge ended in the GAC Group ITTF World tour Philippines Open table tennis tournament here on Saturday.
At an age when he should be telling bed time stories to his grand children,75 year old, Anand Praksh is still active in table tennis circuits. As liaison officer of Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI)
A four-member girls’ team, comprising Manika Batra, Suthirtha Mukhejee, Reeth Rishya Tennison and Ayhika Mukeerjee, and Sudhanshu Grover, the lone qualifier in the boys’ section, will be leaving for the 2013 World Junior Table Tennis Championships, to be held at Rabat, the capital of Morocco, between December 1 and 8.
Bhavina Hashmukhbhai Patel, a surprise finalist, became the first Indian to win a silver medal at the 2013 ITTF PTT Asian Table Tennis regional championships here today. Bhavina lost to top-seed Zhang Miao of China 6-11, 9-11, 2-11 in the final of the Women’s singles Class 4 Second Stage
Veteran sport administrator and the only founding member of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) in India, T.D. Ranga Ramanujam, breathed his last at his Cuddalore home yesterday.