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newstabletennisa year 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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newstabletennisa year 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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newstabletennisa year ago

I know I have it in me to win big-ticket tournaments, asserts Harmeet Desai

Harmeet Desai is confident in his own abilities as he reckons that he knows he has it in him to win matches on the big stage in the near future. Desai defeated top-ranked Indian - G Sathiyan - to win his first international title at the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship in Cuttack.
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newstabletennisa year ago

Ultimate Table Tennis 2019 | Harmeet Desai to lead Puneri Paltan TT in season 3

Puneri Paltan table tennis team have announced that Harmeet Desai will be their skipper for the third season of the Ultimate Table Tennis tournament this year. The Pune-based team, which also has Ayikha Mukherjee in the side, will play its first game against Dabang Delhi TTC on Thursday.
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newstabletennisa year ago

After PKL, Puneri Paltan joins Ultimate Table Tennis ahead of season 3

After the Pro Kabaddi League, the Insurekot Sports Private Limited, franchise owner of Puneri Paltan, has now purchased the Pune franchise in the Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) ahead of the third season of the tournament. The 2019 edition of the UTT will begin from July 25 in New Delhi.
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newstabletennis2 years ago

Sharath Kamal sparkles, Harmeet Desai help RP-SG Mavericks edge out Warriors TTC 11-10

Achanta Sharath Kamal's two wins weren't enough as Warriors TTC went down fighting 10-11 to RP-SG Mavericks in the last match of Delhi leg. Earlier, Harmeet Desai stunned World No 22 Aruna Quadri to help Mavericks equalize the score at 9-9 as Sabrine Winter helped them reach the top of the table.
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newstabletennis2 years ago

Manika Batra, G Sathiyan and Sharath Kamal lead the TT squad for Asian Games

The Indian Table Tennis Federation announced the squad for the upcoming 2018 Asian Games to be held in Indonesia with the likes of Manika Batra, Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan part of the 10-man squad. Apart from them, Harmeet Desai, Manav Thakkar, Ayhika Mukherjee, and Mouma Das are also included.
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newstabletennis2 years ago

Ultimate Table Tennis | Mavericks defeat the brave Maharashtra United 11-10

A thriller of a match between RP-SG Mavericks and a valiant Maharashtra United ended with the former emerging as a narrow winner by a margin of 11-10 today. Maharashtra United put up a strong fight after losing three consecutive games only for the Mavericks to win it at the death.
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newstabletennis2 years ago

Manav Thakkar and Ayhika Mukherjee cause upsets in Ultimate Table Tennis League

India’s young paddlers Manav Thakkar and Ayhika Mukherjee, who play for Empowerji Challengers and RP-SG Mavericks respectively, stunned higher-ranked players in Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) League on Saturday. While Mukherjee defeated world no. 20 Lee Ho Ching, Thakkar shocked world no. 33 Kou Lei.
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newstabletennis3 years ago

TTFI recommend Manika Batra, Harmeet Desai for Arjuna Award

Commonwealth Games medallists and table tennis stars Manika Batra and Harmeet Desai have been recommended for the Arjuna Award after their performances in Gold Coast. TTFI on Friday (April 21) confirmed the same and revealed that it would be difficult for the government to ignore her name.
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