Indore, March 16: Where Yashaswini Ghorphade failed, Diya Chitale profited as the latter laboured hard to retain the Youth Girls title in the UTT 82nd Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal here today.
The 4-3 triumph was full of a character-assessment lesson for any youngster watching the match, as the Maharashtra girl, down 2-3 and 3-5 in the sixth game, first built up confidence and then the points to outsmart her Karnataka rival.
Indore, March 15: Unseeded Radhapriya Goel raised her game a notch better to enter the Youth Girls semi-finals, beating Suhana Saini 4-3 in the UTT 82nd Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal here today.
The UP girl, who suffered a pre-quarterfinal loss in the Junior Girls at the hands of the Haryana paddler, was able to exact sweet revenge. Radhapriya, who led 3-1, failed to control when she let Suhana claw her way ba
Indore, March 14: Yazhini Madhurakavi knocked Pritha Virtikar out of contention to sail into the Youth Girls main draw in the UTT 82nd Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal here today.
Pritha, a promising youngster from Pune, went out of sync against the Tamil Nadu girl after taking a 2-1 lead. That was the chance Yazhini waited for before bouncing back to win the fourth with ease and the last, with some effort. It must have been a di
Indore, March 13: The first-round group qualifications matches were fought as intensely as one would have expected them to be in the UTT 82nd Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships, at the Abhay Prashal here today.
Mannika Kesar of Delhi struggled against a determined Ananya Thakur from Punjab. Despite winning the first game on extended points, Mannika fell back allowing Ananya to stage a recovery to lead 2-1. The Delhi girl won the fourth
Indore, March 12: The start of the Junior and Youth Girls singles tomorrow in the UTT 82nd Junior and Youth National Table Tennis Championships, at the Abhay Prashal, will take the Table Tennis Federation of India closer to accomplishing the task unblemished amidst the fear of a spike in Covid-19 cases.
At the end of it, the Federation and the organizers, Madhya Pradesh Table Tennis Association, would have amply proved that sports events can after