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Last but not least, Archana books YOG ticket


"It was a huge relief," said Archana Girish Kamath, reacting to the 4-1 win she posted against Malaysian Chang Alice Li Sian in the final of the Road to Buenos Aires 2018 YOG Series Oceania at Rarotonga, Cook Islands, on Saturday.  

Indian juniors maintain regional superiority


Success also continued at the South Asian Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Championships, held at Maldives, as Team India made a complete sweep of gold in team and singles events, apart from grabbing a few silver medals.

Upbeat paddlers leave for Sweden


After tasting an unprecedented success at the Gold Coast Commonweal Games, the Indian team, in two batches, left today for the World Championships to be held at Halmstad, Sweden between April 29 and May 6.

Superstar Manika makes history, takes Indian TT to another level


Manika Batra became the first ever Indian paddler to win the women singles gold at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast on Saturday. The 22-year-old, not only put up a dominating show in the final, but simply rattled her Singaporean opponent Mengyu Yu, the No. 3 seed, to add a second gold to her booty. Manika won 4-0 (11-7, 11-6, 11-2, 11-7). 

Selection Trials Of Players (Boys) In Cadets For PSPB Table Tennis Academy At Ajmer On 10th And 11th May, 2018.


Selection Trials Of Players (Boys) In Cadets For PSPB Table Tennis Academy At Ajmer On 10th And 11th May, 2018.







Hearty congratulations to you all as Indian players have done wonderfully well to win both team gold medals at the ongoing CWG. Your role in shaping the careers of players has come in handy and TTFI recognizes your contribution.

Gold for Sharath & Co at Gold Coast


Indian paddlers proved yet again their special liking for Australia as the men squad, following the footsteps of their women, decimated Nigeria 3-0 to bag their second team gold medal at the ongoing CWG at Gold Coast today.

Incredible India turns silver into gold!


"A pure team work," said coach Massimo Costantini even as he gave full credit to Manika Batra, who carved out a special niche for Indian table tennis as the country became the only second nation in the history to win gold in women’s team event at the Commonwealth Games.

Sharath in top 50 chart, joins Sathiyan


A. Sharath Kamal, who is leading Indian table tennis contingent at CWG in Gold Coast, joined compatriot G. Sathiyan among top 50 in world ranking, jumping 22 places to be at No. 48—just two places behind the leader Sathiyan (46).