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Sreeja, Manika and Sharath qualify in singles for WTTC Finals


Sreeja Akula, who made a name for herself with sterling performances in last year's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, made several heads turn when she beat World No. 21 Chen Szu-Yu of Chinese Taipei 4-3 (11-2, 5-11, 2-11, 5-11, 13-11, 11-9, 11-8) in the Round of the Asian WTTC Continental Stage 2023 tournament at the Lusail Sports Complex 16 in Doha to qualify for the singles events of the Durban World Table Tennis Championships (WTTC) Finals from May 20.

WTT Series & Feeder | Rule Implementations


With the first WTT Event of the year starting soon we would like to draw the attention to two of the rules that will be implemented from 2023: 

TTFI to conduct five domestic events before March


The newly-elected executive body of the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) set the ball rolling by firming up the domestic calendar of events, dates and venues, announcing as many as five tournaments for the season 2022-23. Over and above, it will also support and help to conduct the Khelo India Youth Games and the Para Nationals.

Meghna and Kamlesh take charge


The newly-elected members of the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI), led by President Meghna Ahlawat, assumed charge today and vowed to work for the betterment of the sport in tandem with Secretary General Kamlesh Mehta and Treasurer P. Nagender Reddy and other members of the executive.

Notice to all State Associations


Elections of the Executive Committee of TTFI

Notice: Junior and Youth National Championships


It is informed to the public at large that Junior and Youth National Championships shall be held at Chennai, Tamil Nadu 9th to 16th February 2023 instead of 5th to 12th February 2023.

Manika wins bronze to make Asian Cup history


Manika Batra made history, becoming the first Indian paddler to finish the $200,000 ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup Tournament with the bronze medal at the Hua Mak Indoor Stadium in Bangkok today.

Manika makes Asian Cup history, enters semifinals


Manika Batra made history in the ongoing ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup Tournament, toppling World No. 23 and Chen Szu-Yu 4-3 at the Hua Mak Indoor Stadium in Bangkok to enter the semifinals of the $200,000 event today.

Notice: Team India Kits


It is brought to the notice of all that the Committee of Administrators in its meeting dated 15th October 2022, in the matter related to uniforms for National Teams, while observing,

Manika upsets World No. 7 Chinese, Sathiyan exits


Manika Batra caused the biggest upset of the ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup Tournament so far when she sent World No. 7 and third-seeded Chen Xingtong packing at the Hua Mak Indoor Stadium in Bangkok today.