11SPORTS National Ranking Table Tennis Championships - 2018 (South Zone)
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Vijayawada, September 12: Anthony Amalraj had to really put up a fight to win the season’s first men singles title as an enterprising Sudhanshu Grover’s fine run at the 11Sports National Ranking (South Zone) Table Tennis Championships came to an end at the DRM Municipal Indoor Hall here today.

 

The women singles crown went the way of Sutirtha Mukherjee, who scored a come-from-behind victory of 4-3

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Vijayawada, September 11: Fourth-seed Divya Deshpande became a victim of her own docile game plan, despite keeping herself in the reckoning for a semifinal berth, and bowed out 3-4 to an enterprising Sagarika Mukherjee of Railways in the quarterfinals of the 11Sports National Ranking (South Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the DRM Municipal Indoor Hall here today.

 

This was the second women seeded player on

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Vijayawada, September 10: Top-seeded Manika Batra spent very little time at the table than she did in Vijayawada to bow out in the first round of the women’s singles in the 11Sports National Ranking (South Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the DRM Municipal Indoor Hall here today.

 

The honour of sending the CWG gold medallist and mixed doubles bronze winner from the Jarakara Asiad back home very early

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Vijayawada, September 9: Deepit Rajesh Patil and Prapti Sen, playing best finals of their life, won their maiden Junior Boys and Junior Girls titles in the 11Sports National Ranking (South Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the DRM Municipal Indoor Hall here today.

 

Both finals went down to the wire and the ones that kept their cool carried home the winners’ purse of Rs. 22,000 and Rs

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Vijayawada, September 8: Payas Jain of Delhi redeemed his talent to capture the Sub-Junior Boys title in the 11Sports National Ranking (South Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the DRM Municipal Indoor Hall here today.

 

On way to winning his first crown this season, he had to gather all his experience to outwit Delhi-mate Aadarsh Om Chetri 4-2 (9-11, 11-8, 11-5, 7-11, 11-6, 11-4)&mda

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