The tournament, which is set to return after a three-year break, will see Bengaluru Smashers become the new entrants in the franchise-based league, promoted by Niraj Bajaj and Vita Dani.
While Sutirtha lost in straight games, Manika was able to take one game before losing 6-11 3-11 11-9 11-7.
Spectators will be in for a huge treat with the who's who of the table tennis world set to exhibit their mastery during the week-long tournament to be played at Panjim's Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor stadium.
PSPB men, who have dominated for a quarter of a century, would go for the 26th title, spearheaded by Achanta Sharath Kamal.
Manika beat world No. 14 Adriana Diaz of Puerto Rico 3-1. The scoreline read 11-9, 11-8, 5-11, 11-8 in the Indian star's favour.
Sharath along with Sathiyan, Payas Jain and Wesley Do Rosario will lead the charge in the men's singles draw for India, while the women's singles will see Manika spearhead the challenge with Sreeja Akula and Suhana Saini.
Manika and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran lost to Japan's world championships silver medallists duo of Hina Hayata and Tomokazu Harimoto in the mixed doubles quarterfinals to end their fine run in the tournament.
The 27-year-old, who won a historic bronze medal at the Asian Cup in November, reached the semifinals at the WTT Contender in Doha.
Manika Batra thumped Zhu Chengzhu of Hong Kong 13-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-8 in the pre-quarterfinals to seal her spot.
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G Sathiyan won both his gruelling deciders, first against 36th ranked Duda Benedikt before edging out Germany's highest-ranked player Dang Qiu. India won 3-1.
The Indian men’s team blanked Uzbekistan 3-0 with Harmeet Desai, G Sathiyan and Manav Thakkar winning their respective matches.
West Bengal’s Jeet Chandra and Ronit Bhanja clinched the men’s doubles gold, beating statemates Arjun Ghosh and Anirban Ghosh in straight sets.
In singles, Harmeet Desai defeated G Sathiyan while Sutirtha Mukherjee got the better of Manika Batra to enter their respective finals.
Sharath Kamal was leading two sets to one and 6-1 in the fourth set against Soumyajit Ghosh when he called for medical attention.
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