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newstabletennis10 days ago

World Table Tennis Championship Finals | Indian teams lose out in quarters

India's campaign at the World Table Tennis Championship Finals 2021 in Houston, USA, ended in a disappointment as the women's doubles and mixed doubles teams lost their quarter-final matches, respectively. Had India managed to win the matches, the teams would have been assured of two medals.
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newstabletennis12 days ago

World Table Tennis Championship Finals | Manika Batra on verge of creating history, enters quarters in mixed and women's doubles

Star India paddler Manika Batra is just one win away from creating history and winning bronze medals in the women's and mixed doubles at the  World Table Tennis Championships Finals 2021 in Houston, USA, on Friday. She managed to win her pre-quarters, with partners Archana Kamath and G Sathiyan.
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newstabletennis13 days ago

World Table Tennis Championship Finals | G Sathiyan enters third round in men's singles

Ace India player G Sathiyan has made it to the men's singles round of 32 at the World Table Tennis Championship Finals 2021 in the USA. The Indian beat Vladimir Sidorenko 4-0 (11-9, 11-9, 11-8, 11-6) on Wednesday, and now will be up against Nigerian Quadri Aruna – silver medallist from the 2018 CWG.
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newstabletennis21 days ago

World Table Tennis Championship Finals: Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra to spearhead Indian challenge

The TTFI on Thursday announced the team for the World Table Tennis Championship Finals, beginning on November 23, in Houston, USA. The team consists of Tokyo Olympians like Achanta Sharath Kamal, Manika Batra, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, and Sutirtha Mukherjee alongside five other paddlers.
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newstabletennis22 days ago

Delhi HC asks TTFI to give clean chit to paddler Manika Batra

The Delhi High Court, on Monday, said that a player should not suffer in courts ahead of international events and suggested Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) give a clean chit to ace paddler Manika Batra. The bench also made it clear that there was no question of misconduct from player.
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newstabletennisa month ago

2021 WTT Contender Lasko | Manika Batra and Archana Kamath claim women's doubles title

Indian women’s pair of Manika Batra and Archana Kamath claimed top honours at the WTT Contender Lasko with an inspiring win over Puerto Rican duo of Melanie Diaz and Adriana Diaz in the title clash. This was Manika Batra’s second WTT Contender win after the triumph in Budapest, in August.
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newstabletennisa month ago

WTT Contender Lasko | Manika Batra and Archana Kamath enter finals in women's doubles

Manika Batra is on a roll as she, along with her partner Archana Kamath managed to reach the final of the women's doubles at the WTT Contender Lasko 2021. The Indian star is chasing her second WTT Contender title, after she won with G Sathiyan in mixed doubles at the WTT Contender Budapest.
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newstabletennisa month ago

WTT Contender Lasko | Manika Batra and Archana Kamath in semis of women's doubles

Ace India paddler Manika Batra managed to reach the quarter-finals at the WTT Contender Laško 2021, after beating Daria Trigolos of Belarus 3-1 in a second-round clash, while G Sathiyan lost his encounter. In the women's doubles too, partnering Archana Kamath, Batra made it to the semis.
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newstabletennisa month ago

2021 WTT Contender Lasko | Gnanasekaran Sathiyan and Manika Batra progress to second round

India’s top Table Tennis stars Gnanasekaran Sathiyan and Manika Batra won their respective singles match and progressed to the round-of-16 of the ongoing 2021 WTT Contender Lasko, on Thursday. Meanwhile, both the men’s doubles pairs in action suffered losses and crashed out of the meet.
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newstabletennisa month ago

2021 WTT Contender Lasko | Sreeja Akula qualifies for main draw, Krittwika Roy ousted

India’s Sreeja Akula qualified for the main draw of the 2021 WTT Contender Lasko after having the better of Egypt’s Hana Goda 3-0 (11-3, 11-7, 11-8) in the fourth round of qualifiers. Meanwhile, Krittwika Roy, Manav Thakkar, and Anthony Amalraj all lost their respective matches and crashed out.
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