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Sathiyan Gnanasekaran interview: 'I feel like a different player after my training sessions during lockdown'
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran talks about training against a robot during the first few months of the lockdown, working on his serve-and-receive game, and finding some light even in a dark year.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Fifth seed Indian men's table tennis squad well-placed to earn qualification for team event at Games
Despite the lack of a head coach since the 2019 Asian Games, Indian players have been producing impressive on the professional circuit
Tokyo Olympics 2020: India's preparations hit fresh roadblock as foreign table tennis coach Dejan Papic 'unfit' to join team
Newly-appointed foreign table tennis coach Dejan Papic's stint with the Indian team has been delayed by at least the next two months due to a knee surgery he has undergone.
Canada's Dejan Papic to become head coach of Indian national table tennis team after accepting one-year contract
The uncertainty over the joining of the national table tennis team's new head coach Dejan Papic ended on Tuesday when the Canadian accepted the one-year contract offered by the Sports Authority of India.
Fast-rising Sathiyan Gnanasekaran reaches World No 24 rank in ITTF charts to become first Indian to break into top-25
Sathiyan rose four spots to be 24th in the latest ITTF rankings, following his impressive sixth place finish in the Asia Cup in Yokohama earlier this month.
The Indian challenge at 2019 ITTF World Championships came to an end when G Sathiyan lost to Hugo Calderano of Brazil in men's singles round of 32.
Down memory lane: Kamlesh Mehta recalls how table tennis went from a monsoon sport to a summer of excellence in 2018
Table tennis veteran Kamlesh Mehta walks down the memory lane to reminisce about a time where, forget video tapes and analytics, Indian table tennis players didn’t even have coaches and only a rudimentary understanding of physical fitness.
In the last few months, Indian table tennis made headlines and history. What must India do to capitalise on the momentum in time for Tokyo Olympics? Neha Aggarwal tells Firstpost
Sathiyan began his impressive run in the elite Platinum tournament by beating the recently-crowned Youth Olympic champion Wang Chuqin
Two years ago, at the Suzhou world championships, Sharath was in a great form before pulling out at the same stage after a hip injury.