Table Tennis News
- Manika Batra Surges To Career-Best 33 In World Rankings
Star Indian paddler Manika Batra continued her ascent in the ITTF rankings as she climbed three places to reach a career-best 33rd spot in the latest women's list
- Manika Batra Reaches Career High 35 In ITTF World Rankings
Indian table tennis star Manika Batra on Tuesday gained three places to reach a career-high 35 in the ITTF world rankings
- Receiving Khel Ratna Award Is The Best Way To Finish 2022: Sharath Kamal
Sharath Kamal is the only player nominated for the award this year by India's national sports awards selection committee, which recommended 11 players last year and five in 2020.
- Manika Batra First Indian Female To Win Bronze At Asian Table Tennis Event
Star Indian table tennis player Manika Batra clinched the bronze medal at the ongoing ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup tournament on Saturday, becoming the first Indian female paddler to win a medal at the event
- Manika Batra Loses In Semi-finals Of Asian Cup Table Tennis
Star paddler Manika Batra's dream run in the Asian Cup Table Tennis tournament ended as she went down fighting against fourth seed Mima Ito of Japan on Saturday
- Novak Djokovic Made To Work By Daniil Medvedev In Turin Thriller
Novak Djokovic remained unbeaten at the ATP finals on Friday after a battling win over Daniil Medvedev.
- Manika Batra Becomes First Indian Woman To Reach Asian Cup TT Semifinals
Star paddler Manika Batra on Friday became the first Indian woman to reach the semifinals of the Asian Cup Table Tennis tournament with a 4-3 win over higher ranked Chen Szu-Yu of Chinese Taipei.
- Manika Batra Upsets World No. 7 Chen Xingtong Of China At Asian Cup Table Tennis
Manika Batra shocked World No. 7 Chen Xingtong in a round of 16 cliffhanger
- Sharath Kamal Becomes First Indian To Be Elected In ITTF's Athletes Commission
The ace paddler from India got 187 votes, the second-highest number, behind Elizabeta Samara of Romania, who received 212 votes
- "Better Late Than Never": Paddler Sharath Kamal On Winning Khel Ratna At 40
Sharath Kamal was among 42 Khel Ratna aspirants this year, including hockey players Harmanpreet Singh, Akashdeep Singh, Rupinder Pal Singh, Savita Punia and Vandana Katariya
- Table Tennis World Team Championships: China Toy With India As Men's Team Bows Out
India's campaign at the World Table Tennis Championships ended on Thursday following the men's team's pre-quarterfinal defeat against formidable China.
- World Table Tennis Championship: India Men's Team Stuns World No.2 Germany
Star paddler G Sathiyan won both his singles, including the one against world number 9 Dang Qiu, to script India's stunning 3-1 win over second seeds Germany in the group stage of the World Table Tennis Championships on Sunday.
- Indian Table Tennis Is Enjoying A Golden Era, Says Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
India's highest-ranked table-tennis player Sathiyan Gnanasekaran feels that the country is enjoying a golden era in the sport and believes that things will only get better from here
- "It's Not Finished For Me...": Manika Batra Vows To Return Stronger At National Games After CWG Failure
After the highs of the 2018 Commonwealth Games and Asiad, Manika Batra's career took a nosedive following the Birmingham CWG debacle
- I Can Focus On Training Without Any Worry: CWG Gold Medallist Sreeja Akula
Sreeja Akula won the gold medal along with her partner Sharath Kamal in Birmingham this year and they became the first Indian pair to bag the honour in the mixed doubles of CWG history.
- Vintage Sharath Kamal Eyes Olympic Glory Before Calling It A Day
At 40, Sharath Kamal returned from Birmingham as the most-decorated Indian athlete at the Games, with four medals.
- CWG 2022: India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran Bags Bronze Medal In Table Tennis Men's Singles
This was Sathiyan Gnanasekaran's first singles medal at the CWG. The Indian defeated England's Paul Drinkhall 4-3 in the bronze playoff.
- 40 And Going Strong: Achanta Sharath Kamal Wins Commonwealth Games Singles Gold After 16 Years
Veteran paddler Achanta Sharath Kamal extended his domination at the Commonwealth Games by winning the gold medal in men's singles event, thrashing England's Liam Pitchford 4-1 in the final