All is not well in the Rio-bound Indian table tennis camp as country's top player Soumyajit Ghosh's decision to give walkover at a domestic event after refusing to play with a certain kind of ball has left chief national coach Bhawani Mukherjee and TTFI top brass fuming
Mumbai's top table tennis players, representing 10 franchisees will feature in the second edition of the iProspect Mumbai Super League Table Tennis Championships, which was launched by Vita Dani Chairperson 11even Sports yesterday at NSCI
Indian table tennis players Soumyajit Ghosh and Manika Batra booked their Olympic tickets by winning their respective groups in the Asian Qualifiers in Hong Kong
Day 1 of MSSA's inter-school table tennis event sees kids playing on tables barely a few feet from each other in a room cramped with players' parents and coaches
Havish Asrani bagged a double with the midget and cadet boys'; titles in the Li Ning 4 Star All Mumbai table tennis tournament, at the NSCI recently
Some 70 budding players form Jorhat district participated in a 10-day long Summer Table Tennis Coaching Camp held at Kushal Konwar Indoor Stadium in Jorhat.
The Pakistan squad has got the Indian visa to compete in the South Asian Cadet and Junior Table Tennis Championships
The Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) has decided against hiring a foreign coach for the Rio Olympics, a move that will adversely affect the players' preparation, especially the women's team, for the Summer Games in August next year
India's top table tennis player Sharath Kamal has jumped 12 places to reach a career-high 32 in the latest ITTF rankings and joining him in the top-100 for the first time is young compatriot Soumyajit Ghosh, who has moved up to 95
Watch the inspiring video of Egyptian-born Ibrahim Hamato, who has no hands but he still plays table tennis with the world's best by holding the paddle in his mouth
The Pakistan team has not been given clearance yet and is unlikely to participate in the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships beginning here tomorrow.
Sanil Shetty, Aman Balgu, Sweta Parte, Nishaad Shah are the international players who will take part in the Matunga Gymkhana-organised Mumbai District four-star table tennis tournament commencing today