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.
Wang's win confirmed the singles sweep as the men's singles was an all-Chinese affair with world No. 7 Liang Jingkun beating 17-year-old Lin Shidong 4-2 (11-6 9-11 10-12 12-10 12-10 11-9) in the best-of-seven final.
While Sutirtha lost in straight games, Manika was able to take one game before losing 6-11 3-11 11-9 11-7.
PSPB men, who have dominated for a quarter of a century, would go for the 26th title, spearheaded by Achanta Sharath Kamal.
The men's and women's singles table tennis final lineups were also drawn up on the day with powerhouses China taking three of the four spots available. It is all set for the final day on Sunday, which will see the men's and...
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.
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.
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.
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...
Maharashtra claimed the overall championship, but the second spot went to West Bengal, despite a tie with UP.
The competition officials were shocked to find out that the hotel they were being accommodated in was inaugurated on the day of their arrival on January 28.
The event gets underway from February 27 to March 5 at the Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor Stadium.
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.
The CTTF was not able to organise events in the last three years due to COVID-19 and a busy season in 2022 when the Commonwealth Games were held in Birmingham.
Manika Batra thumped Zhu Chengzhu of Hong Kong 13-11, 11-9, 11-6, 11-8 in the pre-quarterfinals to seal her spot.
Indian paddlers Manika Batra and Sreeja Akula entered the pre-quarterfinals of the Asia Continental Stage of 2023 WTTC Finals but the country's three other...
The age-defying Achanta Sharath Kamal sizzled on and off the court while Manika Batra achieved another first for Indian table tennis despite the administrative...
The top tier WTT Star Contender Goa 2023 will be staged at the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor stadium, located at the Goa University Campus in Panaji.
Table tennis legend Achanta Sharath Kamal was on Wednesday bestowed with the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna, the country's highest sporting honour.
Up to 90% of Olympians use the visualization method, including Michael Phelps, inarguably the greatest swimmer of all time who pictures the race in his mind...
The mighty China toyed with the Indian team for an easy 3-0 win that secured their passage into the quarterfinals.
The Indian men’s team will face China in the round of 16 of the World Table Tennis Championships 2022 after qualifying as one of higher-ranked best-placed...
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.
Harmeet Desai, Gujarat’s men’s singles TT gold medalist, says the National Games are important for players to get a feel of multi-discipline events, as...
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