YOU ARE HERE : : News Section

Sharath-Sathiyan pair enters Asian quarters


 India's doubles pair of G. Sathiyan and A. Sharath Kamal entered the quarterfinals beating Mahfoodh Sayed Murtadha and Rashed Rashed of Bahrain 11-8, 11-6, 11-3 in the 24th ITTF Asian Table Tennis Championships, at Yogyakarta today.

Indian men finish fifth, win gold in 1st Division


The Indian men's team finished fifth, its best ever results, after beating Hong Kong 3-1 in the ongoing 24th ITTF Asian Table Tennis Championships at Yogyakarta today. Concurrently, they also won gold in the 1st Division when they blanked out Iran 3-0.

Indian men secure next edition's Champions Division berth


 Indian men paddlers, despite failing to go past the quarterfinal stage when they went down 1-3 to Japan in a late-night match yesterday, reserved their Champions Division berth in the next edition today.

Indian men meet Japan in QF of Champions Division


 India's men paddlers defeated Thailand 3-0 to enter the team event quarterfinals of the 24th ITTF Asian Table Tennis Championships at Yogyakarta, Indonesia, today. 

Indian teams hope for some gains from Asian Championships


A ten-member team, comprising five men and five women, reached Yogyakarta today for the 2019 ITTF-ATTU Asian Table Tennis Championships beginning at the Indonesian city from September 15.

Payas settles with silver in Asian championships


Seventh-seed Payas Jain failed to turn his Cadet Boys singles silver into a gold medal when he went down to top-seed and World No. 1 (U-15) Yuanyu Chen 0-4 and settled for the second position on the podium in the 25th Asian Junior and Cadet Championships at Ulaanbaatar today.

Payas assures a silver for himself, enters Asian Cadet Boys final


Seventh-seed Payas Jain stormed into the Cadet Boys singles final of the 25th Asian Junior and Cadet Championships when he felled South Korean Lin Yunoh 4-3 (15-13, 11-9, 9-11, 3-11, 11-9, 11-6) at Ulaanbaatar today.

Indians finish with silver as Chinese supremacy on view


After a fantastic run in the 25th Asian Junior and Cadet Championships, the India’s Junior Boys’ team faltered in the final going down 0-3 to top-seeded China at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, today.

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.