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Harmeet breaks into double-digit WR


Harmeet Desai joined the select band of Indians to break the barrier of three-digit world ranking mark to be at No. 95. A. Sharath Kamal and Soumyajit Ghosh are the other two men paddlers who had their places sealed long back with their consistent performances. Incidentally, this is the first time ever that three Indians figure in under-100 world ranking.

Ghosh wins Chile Open singles gold; takes doubles gold with Amalraj


Top-seeded Soumyajit Ghosh added silverware to his collection of honours when he beat compatriot Anthony Amalraj 4-2 (8-11, 13-11, 11-6, 11-9, 4-11, 11-7) in the men’s singles final at the Seamaster 2017 ITTF Challenge Chile Open in Santiago last night.



With the new season (2017-18) activities beginning in a couple of months, it is time that the state units of TTFI began their registration of new players in both the Cadet and Sub-Junior categories. You are requested to do it diligently and conforming to the norms and guidelines spelt out by TTFI.

Reminder: Information regarding recruitment of Coaches


Reminder: Information regarding recruitment of Coaches

Junior and Cadet Girls' wear team crowns


In the four team competitions at the 2017 ITTF Belgium Junior and Cadet Open, which concluded yesterday, the Indian paddlers captured the Junior Girls' and Cadet Girls' team. The group stage of the Junior Girls’ Team competition featured four groups of three teams, and the top seeds India were drawn into Group A alongside France and a mixed nationality team of Argentine, Swedish and Thai competitors.

Sharath's efforts come to naught


A. Sharath Kamal, the last Indian in fray, bowed out in the pre-quarterfinals to end India’s campaign at the ongoing Seamaster 2017 Asian Championships at Wuxi today.

Sharath lone Indian to enter singles PQF


A. Sharath Kamal was the lone Indian standing tall, having reached the men singles pre-quarterfinals at the Seamaster 2017 Asian Championships at Wuxi, China, today.



SAAP is in pursuit of recruiting qualified coaches on outsourcing basis to work in various locations across the state of Andhra Pradesh

Indian men finish eighth


A visibly tired Indian men ended their team championships campaign at the Asian Championships in Wuxi (China) and finished eighth.

Indians squander chances and a semifinal spot


With the two quarterfinal clashes scheduled on adjacent tables and focus entirely on Chinese youngster Zhang Jike, what took the breath of a packed hall at the Seamaster 2017 ITTF-Asian Championships in Wuxi was the men’s team contest between India and Japan.