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Selection Trials Of Players For PSPB Table Tennis Academy For Girls At Sonepat

Bhavina finishes with two silver as para paddlers bag four medals

 

Indian para players made the country proud, winning two silver and two bronze medals in the Costa Brava Spanish Open Table Tennis Championships, according to reports reaching here.

Sathiyan settles for bronze as Archana claims maiden U-21 silver at Oman Open

 

G. Sathiyan had a very narrow chance of turning it around but could not overcome a tough Mattias Flack of Sweden in the men singles semi-finals of the ITTF Challenge Plus Oman Open at Muscat today afternoon. The fourth-seeded Indian lost 8-11, 11-7, 9-11, 11-9, 9-11, 11-9, 10-12 and settled for the bronze medal.

Dr Prem Verma in OCA Standing Committee

 

Dr Prem Chand Verma, Working President of the Table Tennis Federation of India, has been nominated to the Standing Committee of Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), according to the communication received from the Indian Olympic Association.

Images of AGM 2019

 

Images of AGM 2019

Juniors make a good harvest at Bahrain

 

 The Indian Cadet Girls teams finished 1-2 in the final of the ITTF Bahrain Junior and Cadet Open at Manama yesterday.

Sathiyan top-ranked Indian in world at 28

 

 G. Sathiyan became the first Indian to breach the sub-30 mark in the world as he reached a career-high ranking of 28 in men's singles.

PSPB Circular Selection Trials

 

PSPB Circular Selection Trials

Appointment of Foreign coach for Youth & Senior Indian Players

 

Sports Authority of India (SAI), an autonomous body under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (Department of Sports), Government of India invites applications for engagement of a Foreign coach for development of Senior & Youth players in the Table Tennis discipline from highly qualified and experienced Foreign Coaches.

Sharath, Sathiyan retain WR spots; Manika gains a place to be at No. 51

 

A. Sharath Kamal at NO. 30 and G. Sathiyan at No. 31 have retained their world ranking places, as per the ITTF rankings released for January. The two players lead way above the third Indian, Harmeet Desai, the only other paddler to be among top 100 in the world.

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