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Indians make Tunis outing memorable

 

Picking up the threads from where he left off in Otocec, Payas Jain claimed his successive Under-17 Boys title when he defeated Tom Closset of Belgium 3-1 (7-11, 11-4, 11-4, 15-13) in the WTT Youth Contender final in Tunis.

Golden sweep for Indian girls in Tunis

 

Swastika Ghosh defeated compatriot Yashaswini Ghorphade 3-2 (6-11, 11-6, 6-11, 11-6 11-8) in what tuned out to be a gripping Under-19 Girls final to win the WTT Contender event in Tunis on Tuesday night.

ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, DOHA

 

The following players will represent India at the Asian Championships, Doha, from September 28 to October 5, 2021

Suhana claims U-15 title in Slovenia

 

Taking her cue from Payas Jain, who claimed the Under-17 Boys Singles title, Suhana Saini joined the gold hunt when she defeated Binaca Mei Rosu of Romania in the final of the Under-15 Girls in the WTT Contender that concluded in Otocec, Slovenia, yesterday.

Payas win maiden title in Slovenia

 

Payas Jain, the reigning National Junior Boys and Youth Boys champion, made most of what was his first competition in six months to claim the Under-17 Boys singles crown in the WTT Youth Contender event in Otocec, Slovenia, on Sunday night.

WTT YOUTH CONTENDER Orestiada, (Greece) : ENTRIES RESTRICTION

 

WTT YOUTH CONTENDER Orestiada, (Greece) : ENTRIES RESTRICTION

Bhavina finishes with historic silver

 

Bhavina Patel ended her maiden Paralympic Games journey on a contended note, finishing with a silver medal in the table tennis (Class 4) events in Tokyo this morning. 

Bhavina at the doorstep of rewriting history, Silver in the bag, she wants the yellow metal

 

Bhavina Patel is just a step away from the top-podium finish in the table tennis event of the ongoing Paralympics in Tokyo after she accounted for world No. 3 and six-time Asian gold medallist Miao Zhang of China in a tough semi-final on Saturday morning.

Gnanasekaran and Batra Secure Dream Mixed Doubles Title in Budapest

 

India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and Manika Batra enjoyed scenes of celebration after they defeated Hungary’s Nandor Ecseki and Dora Madarasz 3-1 (11-9, 9-11, 12-10, 11-6) to clinch the Mixed Doubles title at WTT Contender Budapest.

Sports Authority of Goa Khelo India State Centre of Excellence at GOA

 

Sports Authority of GoaKhelo India State Centre of Excellence at GOA

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