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Jul 11, 2017
Ultimate Table Tennis: A crucial learning curve for youth and junior paddlersOne of the biggest factors for China's unrelenting domination in Table Tennis is training a huge number of players from a young age. India should follow the same path rather than waiting for a talented one to be found.
Jul 10, 2017
Ultimate Table Tennis: Young players will gain a lot from event, says retired paddler Kamlesh MehtaTable tennis in India is on the right track and Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT), the first-ever professional league, which kicks off in Chennai on 13 July, will benefit the country's players, especially youngsters, said former national champion Kamlesh Mehta.
Mar 20, 2017
Abhinav Bindra, PT Usha among Olympians named as National Observers to assist growth of sports in IndiaThe government of India has designated 12 Olympians, including Beijing Olympic gold medallist shooter Abhinav Bindra, as National Observers in their respective disciplines to assist in preparation and implementation of the long-term development plan.
Aug 25, 2016
Disappointed with Indian table tennis quartet's performance at Rio Olympics, says ex-national coach Kamlesh MehtaConceding that the performance of the Indian team in the Rio Olympics table tennis competition was not up to his expectations, former national coach Kamlesh Mehta today said it does not mean they should not have taken the flight to Brazil.
Jul 30, 2016
Road to Rio: Achanta Sharath Kamal, India's finest paddler, looks for last hurrah at Olympics 2016With a world rank of 69, Sharath Kamal has little chance of a medal in Rio, and a quarter-final place would be considered a good achievement. However, as the past tells us, the Indian paddler has the habit of upsetting the odds.
Jul 15, 2016
Will seek advice from Saina Nehwal before 2016 Olympics, says Manika BatraGiven a chance national women's table tennis champion Manika Batra is keen to get tips from her idol, ace shuttler Saina Nehwal, ahead of her debut in next month's Rio Olympic Games.