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Some members of the Indian contingent

 

Some members of the Indian contingent 

Tough draws stare at Indian paddlers

 

The Olympics draw for the table tennis events, out just a while ago, puts the Indian paddlers in a straitjacket as the mixed pair of A. Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra will faceoff third-seeded Lin Yun-Ju and Cheng I-Chin in the first-round match, beginning at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium on Saturday.

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

 

Sports Authority of GoaKhelo India State Centre of Excellence at GOA

Former GSTTA secretary Sangtani is no more

 

Haresh Sitaldas Sangtani, former secretary of Gujarat State Table Tennis Association (GSTTA) and a former vice-president of the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI), breathed his last in Ahmedabad this morning, following a prolonged illness. He, who turned 62 a couple of days ago, is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter.

Sonal for Tokyo Games

 

Sonal Ben Patel will be the second para Table Tennis player, representing India In the Paralympic Games, to be held in Tokyo from August 24. Sonal, in Class 3, was allotted entry from bipertite slot by the ITTF. Bhavina Ben Patel was the first athlete to secure her place fir the Tokyo Games.

Tokyo-bound paddlers get a 19-day camp boost

 

Three of the four Olympics-bound paddlers-A. Sharath Kamal, Manika Batra, and Sutirtha Mukherjee-will finally get their chance to train together at a 19-day camp before they board their flight to Tokyo. G. Sathiyan, however, will continue training in Chennai under his coach S. Raman.

Inviting applications / nominations for Sports Awards 2021 by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, GOI

 

Inviting applications / nominations for Sports Awards 2021 by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, GOI

TTFI FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR PLAYERS/COACHES COMBATING TO COVID-19

 

The Table Tennis Federation has decided in its Executive Board Meeting held on May 17, 2021,

TTFI pays its tributes to Chandra

 

The Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) president Dushyant Chautala and Secretary General Arun Kumar Banerjee paid rich tributes to former national champion V. Chandrasekhar, who passed away in a Chennai hospital where he was admitted last week for COVID-19 treatment.

Indian TT made poorer by Chandra's loss

 

Indian table tennis on Wednesday became poorer with the loss of V. Chandrasekhar, a player par excellence and a coach that had the eyes to spot talent. He was 63 and is survived by his wife and a son.

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