newstabletennis2 months ago

ITTF World Team Championship Finals 2022 | Indian women's team makes it to knockouts after win over Egypt

The Indian women's team qualified for the knockout stages, as they entered the round of 16, after beating Egypt 3-1 at the ITTF World Team Championship Finals 2022 in Chengdu, China on Monday. CWG gold medalist Sreeja Akula started with a win over Hana Goda 3-0 (11-6, 11-4, 11-1).
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennis4 months ago

LIVE CWG 2022 - Sharath and Akula win mixed team gold

While the team of Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanassekaran will take part in the Gold medal match in the Men's doubles, the duo will also have a chance at singles glory in their respective semi finals.
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennis4 months ago

LIVE - CWG 2022 | Sreeja Akula/ Sharath Kamal Achanta vs Nicholas Lum/Minhyung Jee- Mixed Doubles Semi Final

It is day nine at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and Indian table tennis stars will be playing their quarters and semis matches today. The action starts with women's doubles with Manika Batra and Diya Chitale taking on Oumehani Hosenally/Nandashwaree Jalim; there is a lot of singles action too.
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennis4 months ago

LIVE - CWG 2022 | Sathiyan and Manika ousted in mixed doubles

It is day eight at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and Indian table tennis stars will be playing their pre-quarters matches today. The pair of G Sathiyan/ Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan/Manika have a great chance of making it to the medal rounds; so join us for latest updates on the TT matches starting at 2pm.
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennis6 months ago

CWG 2022 | Four member women’s table tennis squad announced for Birmingham event

Although Archana Kamath was made part of the team despite not fitting the current requirements, Indian table tennis selectors nominated a four-member women's squad for the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, subject to permission from the Sports Authority of India, early on Wednesday.
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennis7 months ago

Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula make it to probables list for Commonwealth Games

Reigning national champions Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula made it to the 16-member probable list for the upcoming Commonwealth Games, scheduled to start on July 28. The training camp for the selected players will be held at the Padukone-Dravid Centre for Sports Excellence in Bengaluru.
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennis7 months ago

Sharath Kamal wins national title for record 10th time, Sreeja Akula emerges women's champ

At the 83rd Senior National and Inter-State Table Tennis Championships on Monday, star paddler Achanta Sharath Kamal won his 10th national title with a thrilling 4-3 win over G Sathiyan in the men's singles final. Sharath won 7-11, 12-10, 9-11, 7-11, 12-10, 11-9, 11-6 in a close match.
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennis9 months ago

WTT Contender Muscat 2022 | Archana Kamath and Sreeja Akula make it to women's singles main draw

Archana Kamath and Sreeja Akula battled through three rounds of the WTT Contender Muscat 2022 preliminaries to qualify for the women's singles main draw on Tuesday. They will compete alongside world No. 49 Manika Batra, the only Indian to qualify for the women's singles main draw.
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennisa year ago

WTT Contender Novo Mesto | Sreeja Akula, Diya Chitale and Swastika Ghosh in final qualifying round

Indian paddlers Sreeja Akula, Diya Chitale and Swastika Ghosh made it to the singles final qualifying round at the WTT Contender Novo Mesto 2021 in Slovenia on Tuesday, as per a report in Olympics.com. Sreeja went on to beat Wong Xin Ru of Singapore 3-1 (15-17, 11-8, 11-7, 11-9).
SportsCafe Desk
newstabletennisa year 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.
SportsCafe Desk