featuretabletennis14 days ago

India, a big threat to top countries in the world at 2020 Olympics, claims Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

World No. 30 Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and India's top-ranked paddler has started his preparations in full swing for the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Meanwhile, he feels that having a foreign coach will help India immensely ahead of International tournaments, which they are devoid of, as of now.
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newstabletennis3 months ago

People now believe we can beat the world’s best, says Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran has been of the opinion that Indian table tennis fans have now realized that their paddlers could go up against the once-feared Koreans and Chinese players and win. After performing well in the Asian Table Tennis Championships, Sathiyan is aiming Swedish and German Cup next.
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newstabletennis3 months ago

Asian Table Tennis Championships: G Sathiyan becomes second Indian man to enter singles quarters

The Chennai paddler Gnanasekaran Sathiyan notched up an 11-7, 11-8, 11-6 win against An-ji Song of North Korea in the pre-quarterfinal match at the Asian Table Tennis Championships. Among the women players, only Ayhika entered the pre-quarterfinals before losing to Ding Ning of China.
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newstabletennis3 months ago

Asian Table tennis Championships | Indian men’s team beats Hong Kong 3-0 to secure fifth position

India’s men’s team put up a dominating show against Hong Kong by defeating them 3-0 to earn a 5th placed finish at the 2019 Asian Table-tennis Championships on Wednesday. Earlier on Tuesday, India had already earned a quarter-final spot in Champions Division as the top-six finishers.
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newstabletennis3 months ago

Asian Table Tennis Championships: India storm through Day 1 of preliminary round

The Indian men’s and women’s contingents registered dominating wins on Day 1 in the first preliminary round of the Asian Table Tennis Championships being held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The men were grouped alongside Kuwait and Sri Lanka, the women were pooled with Lebanon and dark horses Jordan.
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newstabletennis3 months ago

Men’s doubles team have chance to win medal Asian Ch’ships, says Sharath Kamal

Veteran Indian paddler Sharath Kamal has been of the opinion that India’s mixed doubles team, which has him and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, could win a medal at the Asian Championships next month. Kamal also expressed his concern in the delay of a foreign coach that has hindered their preparations.
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newstabletennis4 months ago

UTT 2019 | Dabang Delhi script historical comeback to down Chennai Lions

Dabang Delhi came back from 2-7 dwon to win the tie 8-7 against Chennai Lions on Thursday with the Ultimate Table Tennis Championship seeing four out of five matches ending in 3-0 verdicts. However, both the teams managed to end up in the semi-final as Chennai collected 42 points, while Delhi 41.
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newstabletennis4 months ago

Table Tennis is definitely going the badminton way, asserts Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran is confident that Indian table tennis players can replicate the performance of their badminton compatriots who have progressed immensely in the last decade. He further added that missing the Birmingham 2022 CWG would be a huge loss for emerging table tennis players.
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newstabletennis4 months ago

UTT 2019 | Clinical G Sathiyan gives Dabang Delhi maiden win over U Mumba

Dabang Delhi got their first win in the third season of the Ultimate Table Tennis Championships as Gnanasekaran Sathiyan guided his side with victories in men’s singles and mixed doubles events to win the tie 8-4. Sathiyan stepped in the court when U Mumba had leveled the score at 3-3.
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newstabletennis4 months ago

Ultimate Table Tennis: Puneri Paltan beat Dabang Delhi in a thriller despite G Sathiyan heroics

The third edition of the Ultimate Table Tennis started on a thrilling note as Purneri Paltan registered a stupendous one-point win over Dabang Delhi as Gnansekaran Sathiyan’s heroics went in vain. However, it was Germany’s Sabine Winter who showed nerves of steel to take the Paltan over the rope.
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