UTT National Ranking Table Tennis Championships-2021 (Central Zone)
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National Ranking Championships - Central Zone: Remaining Events


You are aware that some of the events in the last Central Zone championships could not be completed due the threat of the pandemic. Since the situation has improved,  It has been decided to conduct the U11, U 13 and U 15 events as follows.  Please note that no additional entries are allowed for these events.  Only those who have already entered can participate in these events

 

23rd May       U 11 B, U 13 B, U 15 Boys Qual

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Ankur and Taneesha end season with title-wins


Indore, January 7: Ankur Bhattacharjee of West Bengal lifted the Youth Under-17 Boys singles trophy, and unseeded Taneesha Kotecha of Maharashtra, making most of the opportunity, won her maiden title in the UTT National Ranking (Central Zone) Table Tennis Championships that concluded here at the Abhay Prashal today.

 

Rounding off the season on a winning note, Ankur beat K.J. Akash of Karnataka 4-1 for his second title. His authority was never in doubt, a

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Harmeet claims second singles title, Diya her first


Indore, January 5: Harmeet Desai defeated Manush Shah 4-3 in a thrilling final to lift the men’s singles trophy in the UTT National Ranking (Central Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal here today.

 

Incidentally, it was his second title-winning effort this season.

 

In the women’s singles final, fifth-seed Diya Chitale outsmarted second-seed Reeth Rishya in a match that witnessed excellent rallies and an

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Top men seeds fall, Ronit and Snehit enter semis


Indore, January 5: Lakshita Narang of Delhi accounted for Krittwika Sinha Roy of Gujarat 4-2 to enter the quarterfinals of the women’s singles in the UTT National Ranking (Central Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal here today.

 

But the top two men seeds, Sanil Shetty and Manav Thakkar fought too well in the quarterfinals, before going down to minor seeds Ronit Bhanja and FRS Snehit, respectively. Before that, Manush Shah and Harm

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Teenager Jennifer surprises Archana


Indore, January 4: Former women’s national and reigning Petroleum champion Archana Kamath perhaps played the worst first-round game of her career and surrendered meekly to former Cadet National champion Jennifer Varghese 1-4 in the UTT National Ranking (Central Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the Abhay Prashal here today.

 

With Archana making her first appearance in a national ranking event for the first time this season, she had to play the qu

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