Indore, March 6: Preyesh Raj Suresh, living up to expectations, became the new Sub-Junior Boys champion of the UTT 82nd Cadet & Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashan here today.
The Cadet Boys crown went the way of Nikkhil Menon from Tamil Nadu. He blanked out UP's Parth Prabhakar.
The left-handed top-seed, also from Tamil Nadu, won 4-1, relying on his forehand winners and bringing variations in his pa
Indore, March 5: Everything went according to the scripts. Top-seed Preyesh Raj sailed into the semi-finals of the UTT 82nd Cadet & Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashan here today.
His 4-0 quarter-final triumph over eighth-seed Rohith Shankar of Karnataka gives the measure of confidence he possesses and the superiority the Chennai left-hander commands over his rivals, as well as his intention. None in the fray comes anywhere close to h
Indore, March 4: Lakshya Toshniwal, the qualifier from Rajasthan, had to bring to the table his courage and whatever experience he has acquired in his fledgling career to storm into the second round of the UTT 82nd Cadet & Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships when he beat Swastik Athanikar of Maharashtra 11-4, 8-11, 11-7, 10-12, 11-5 at the Abhay Prashan here today.
When the Maharashtra boy took the issue to the decider, the Rajasthan lad was game for
Indore, March 3: Going by the national ranking, Tamil Nadu’s Preyesh Raj Suresh is certain to get the top billing in the Sub-Junior Boys section of the UTT 82nd Cadet & Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Championships.
Two rounds of group events each are scheduled for the opening day in the Sub-Junior and Cadet Boys at the Abhay Prashal today. But the open draw tomorrow morning will determine who, among the other six ranked players, goes where i
Indore, March 2: Indore, March 2: It was another day in the office for the competition department of the Table Tennis Federation of India and the officials of the Madhya Pradesh Table Tennis Association who got themselves ready to receive the next set of players, at the Abhay Prashal.
After the first four days of action in the girls’ events, the time has come for the boys to take center stage in the UTT 82nd Cadet & Sub-Junior National Table Tennis Champi