South Asian Games 2019: Harmeet Desai, Anthony Amalraj win men's doubles gold, Madhurika Patkar, Sreeja Akula bag women's top prize
In an all Indian affair, Harmeet Desai and Anthony Amalraj defeated compatriots Sanil Shetty and Sudhanshu Grover in the table tennis men's doubles final to win the gold
ITTF Asian Championships 2019: Indian men's doubles pair Sharath Kamal, Gnanasekaran Sathiyan ease into quarter-finals
In the quarter-finals, Gnanasekaran Sathiyan and Sharath Kamal will be up against Chinese pair of Liang Jingkun and Lin Gaoyuan
Asian Table Tennis Championships: G Sathiyan, Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra to spearhead 10-member India squad
The 10-member squad, being led by Kamal, Sathiyan and Batra comprising five men and as many women paddlers, reached the Indonesian city on Saturday following a 10-day preparatory camp at Chengdu, China
UTT 2019: Achanta Sharath Kamal, Madhurika Patkar pull off heist to help Chennai Lions beat Goa Challengers in second semi-final
Chennai Lions will now face Dabang Delhi in the final of the third season of Ultimate Table Tennis on Sunday
UTT 2019: Sharath Kamal's heroics guide Chennai Lions to exhilarating win over Goa Challengers, into final against Dabang Delhi
Chennai Lions defeated Goa Challengers 8-7 in an exciting semi-final to set up final clash against Dabang Delhi in UTT 2019.
UTT 2019: Petrissa Solja, Sharath Kamal propel Chennai Lions to easy victory over RP-SG Mavericks Kolkata
The victory took the Lions closer to semi-finals, where U Mumba and Dabang Delhi have already sealed their places.
UTT 2019: Sharath Kamal unfurls vintage bag of tricks as Chennai Lions pip Goa Challengers to top league table
Achanta Sharath Kamal's win in the reverse singles proved crucial as in the reverse women's singles, Chennai Lions lost 1-2
UTT 2019: Experienced Sharath Kamal plays central role in Chennai Lions' tense win over Goa Challengers
India's star player Sharath Kamal tapped into his bag of experience to give Chennai Lions a nerve-wracking 8-7 victory over Goa Challengers in the Ultimate Table Tennis at New Delhi on Wednesday.
Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships: 15 paddlers from India qualify for main draw of singles events
In a good outing for India, 15 paddlers gained entry into the main draw of the individual event at the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships on Saturday.
Commonwealth Table Tennis: Harmeet Desai powers men to comeback victory, women stun Singapore for maiden title
Harmeet Desai, celebrating his 26th birthday, not only presented himself a wonderful gift but also brought India from the brink to a face-saving title victory
Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) has decided to bid for the 2024 edition of the biennial World Team Championships. The last time India hosted a World Championships was way back in 1987.
ITTF World Championships: Manika Batra eases past Andrea Todorovic; Suthirta Mukherjee digs deep to beat Sabine Winter
Manika, the world No 56 Indian was rusty in her opening game but picked up momentum to dispose of the Serbian qualifier, ranked No. 135, in quick time after the extended first game
Asian Games 2018: 'Well prepared' and constantly improving G Sathiyan a vital cog in India's quest for maiden medal
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran's meteoric rise is down to his hunger to get better each day. In Jakarta, he will be a vital cog in India's quest to bring home their maiden medal.
Asian Games 2018: From CWG favourites to continental underdogs, Indian paddlers need teamwork, luck for medal
India haven't won a medal in table tennis at the Asian Games. But with Sharath Kamal in red-hot form, a vibrant team and the women paddlers riding high on confidence after the CWG success, this is their best chance to break that medal duck.
After the 2018 Commonwealth Games heroics, the Indian paddlers are brimming with confidence and gearing up for the Asian Games. Can they break the medal duck this time around? Well, the signs look positive.
Ultimate Table Tennis 2018: Teenager Adriana Diaz beats Madhurika Patkar to send Dabang Smashers into tournament final
Dabang Smashers managed to win a nail-biting semi-final clash against Maharashtra United to proceed into the Ultimate Table Tennis finals, with teenager Adriana Diaz proving herself against Madhurika Patkar to swing the score in favour of Smashers.
Maharashtra government announces Rs 50 lakh award for state athletes who won gold medals at Commonwealth Games
The Maharashtra government has announced that it will be awarding Rs 50 lakh to seven athletes who reside in the state for winning a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
Ultimate Table Tennis 2018: Manav Thakkar inspires Empowerji Challengers to easy win over Maharashtra United
The 18-year-old Manav Thakkar rattled his Swedish rival, ranked 223 places above him with an attacking display to win 11-9, 8-11, 11-8.
Both the men's and women's team have undergone one change each from the successful Commonwealth Games campaign with young paddlers Manav Thakkar and Ayhika Mukharjee replacing Sanil Shetty and Pooja Sahasrabuddhe respectively.