Manika Batra sets eye on Asian Games 2018 following a triumphant run in the Commonwealth Games 2018.
Manika Batra upset triple Olympic medallist and World No 4 Feng Tianwei of Singapore to lead the Indian women's team to a historic gold.
Mouma Das was part of the gold medal winning India women's team at Gold Coast.
Manika Batra bagged medals in all four events on offer including an unprecedented gold in the women's singles and team championship.
Apart from the singles gold, Batra has gold in the women's team event and silver in the women's doubles with Mouma Das.
Manika Batra won a first ever women's singles table tennis gold for India at the Commonwealth Games.
Indian paddlers never looked in the contention as Manika and Mouma failed to match the skill and tenacity of the their opponents.
Manika will face Singapore's World No.100 Yihan Zhou, whom the Indian beat 3-0 (11-7, 11-4, 11-7) in the women's team final.
India made light work of Nigeria's challenge and won the final 3-0 to clinch the nation's ninth gold in CWG 2018.
India women's table tennis team on Sunday scripted history as they clinched their first ever gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
The Indian women's team will face England in the semi-finals on Sunday.
The Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) said that the player won't participate in any national or international tournament while under suspension.
An FIR was lodged against Soumyajit Ghosh at West Bengal's North 24 Parganas districts Barasat women's police station.
The India A boys overcame the formidable Chinese Taipei trio while their B counterparts got the better of the Thai-USA team to make it an all-India final.
Japanese table tennis player Sakura Mori won the women's singles crown at the India Open on Sunday.
Thirteen-year-old Japanese sensation Tomokazu Harimoto ended Sharath Kamal's impressive run at the ITTF World Tour India Open.
Achanta Sharath Kamal entered the men's singles semifinals of the India Open on Saturday.