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.
G Sathiyan will lead the Indian men’s team while the women are to be led by Manika Batra at the World Table Tennis Championships 2022 from September 30 to October 9.
From wrestling to lawn bowls, India broke new ground in various arenas in Birmingham.
West Bengal’s Jeet Chandra and Ronit Bhanja clinched the men’s doubles gold, beating statemates Arjun Ghosh and Anirban Ghosh in straight sets.
The 40-year-old Achanta Sharath Kamal won three Table Tennis gold medals at Commonwealth Games 2022 including a men’s singles top prize on the final day of Games.
The pair of Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula comfortably beat Javen Choong and Karen Lyne of Malaysia 11-4, 9-11, 11-5, 11-6 in the gold medal contest at CWG 2022.
In singles, Harmeet Desai defeated G Sathiyan while Sutirtha Mukherjee got the better of Manika Batra to enter their respective finals.
Ace paddler Manika Batra returned home from CWG 2022 empty handed after losing the women’s doubles quarterfinal. In 2018, Manika had won four medals.
India will look to breach the 50-medal mark on day 10 of the Commonwealth Games 2022. Check India's schedule for August 7 here.
The Indian women’s table tennis team defeated South Africa 3-0 in their opening Group 2 tie. India will take on Fiji in the second group game later on the...