ONGC 25th National Veterans Table Tennis Championships 2017
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Jaipur, February 18: Rahul Chopra of Delhi bagged his maiden Men Singles gold in 40+ category after beating Vikas Mahajan of Punjab 10-12, 11-7, 7-11, 18-16, 11-6 in what proved to be the toughest final in the 25th Veterans National Table Tennis Championships at the SMS Indoor Stadium here today.

 

Chopra made a great escape as Mahajan squandered three match-points in the fourth game and levelled the score. Chopra, too, held three game points in the fourth but after six d

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Jaipur, February 17: Mangala Saraf of Maharashtra defeated Jyotsnaben Joshi of Gujarat 11-5, 11-6, 11-5 to wear the Women 60+ crown while Manisha Bodas, also of Maharashtra, beat Ritu Verma of Haryana 13-11, 11-7, 6-11, 11-8 to claim the Women 65+ singles title in the 25th Veterans National Table Tennis Championships at the SMS Indoor Stadium here today.

 

Of the other three titles decided, one went the way of Nirmala Abhyankar of Telangana who accounted

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Jaipur, February 16: As many as 15 players from Maharashtra qualified in Men singles 40+ category today to enter the second stage, which is the main draw, that gets underway from tomorrow in the 25th Veterans National Table Tennis Championships at the SMS Indoor Stadium here.

 

The Men 40+ draw, which will be of 64 players, also saw Gujarat having eight of its paddlers making the cut while Del

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Jaipur, February 15: The presence of former national champion Arup Basak gave the necessary edge as he heled West Bengal beat IA & AD-A 3-1 and lift the Men 40+ team trophy in the 25th Veterans National Table Tennis Championships at the SMS Indoor Stadium here today.

 

And the triumph somewhat made up for the two team trophies which their women lost earlier in the day. In Men 50+, Delhi avenged last year’s loss to down Maharashtra A 3-1.

 

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Jaipur, February 14: Gujarat A’s women”s 40+ squad, which consists of Sinaloa Joshi, Prasunna Parekh and Neha Patel, defeated Karnataka’s A team 3-0 to win the crown. Donald downed Mamatha Jayaraman 11-8,8-11, 11-8, 11-7 to provide the lead and Prasunna consolidated with her win over Samina Rukadikar (11-13, 11-7, 11-7, 11-2). With a 2-0 cushion, it was easy for Neha to cash in on the situation to beat Anmina Barua 11-3, 9-11, 11-6, 11-8 to wrap it up quickly.

 

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