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Anukram proves the game-changer, puts India in Asian final


The Indian boys entered the final of the 22nd Asian Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Championships at Ulaanbaatar today, beating South Korea 3-2 to ensure a silver medal for the team and also directly qualify for the World Junior Championships, to be held at Korat (Thailand) in November this year.



In what was a rarest of rare for table tennis, three connected with the sport were honoured for the successive year. Congratulations to the awardees. The entire table tennis fraternity and TTFI feel proud of what the sport has achieved in recent times.



The Sports Authority of India (SAI) invites application for Assistant Coaches to work under foreign expert at the Coal India-SAI National Table Tennis Centre, operational at the Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata.

CTTF chairman Kohli unveils expansion plans


The newly-elected chairman of the Commonwealth Table Tennis Federation, Vivek Kohli, spelt out his plans to expand the CTTF activities soon after taking charge.

Sathiyan-Amalraj pair wins bronze


The Indian pair of G. Sathiyan and Anthony Amalraj ended their World Tour Platinum Australian Open with a bronze medal for them when they went down 12-14, 9-11, 8-11 to the top-seeded Korean pair of Jeoung Youngsik and Lee Sangsu on Friday afternoon.

New ITTF position / Asia Participation Officer


We are delighted to inform you that we have opened a new position in ITTF High Performance & Development - Asia Participation Officer.

Yin Wei returns, in a new role


Thanks to SAI, another foreign expert, Yin Wei, joins Team India

Clarke joins as Team India coach


Australian Brett Wayne Clarke is being welcomed by Secretary General M.P Singh when the former visited TTFI office on Friday. Also seen in the picture is Mr Ashok Kumar, Project Officer, SAI.

Indian challenge ends at Budapest as Sathiyan bows out


The Indian challenge at the Budapest 2019 ITTF World Championships came to an end when G. Sathiyan failed to go past Hugo Calderano of Brazil in men singles round of 32.

Suthirta upsets Sabine, joins Manika in R64


Indian qualifier Suthirta Mukherjee scripted a fantastic 4-3 win in what was the biggest women singles upset caused in the 2019 ITTF World Championships at Budapest so far when she sent world No. 58 Sabine Winter of Germany packing today.