World TT-Swastika Ghosh of Mumbai Shines Again

Swastika has been climbing up the ladder in girls TT at international level slowly and steadily. Swastika who is coached by her father Sandeep is currently India junior number one and holds world rank of 17 Swastika Ghosh bagged The medal in ITTF CHINA JUNIOR CADET OPEN ,bronze medal in Jr

V.Kohli Foundn. Supports Sportspersons – TT Girl Swastika is one..Listen to Her

Yesterday in interview with Times of India Virat spoke about ICC World Cup 2019 shocking exit and his team , his style of working, his career progress etc. But most importantly he spoke about his foundation (VIRAT KOHLI FOUNDATION) which is doing a commendable job for sportsmen other than cricket

Swastika a TT sensation

Swastika Ghosh has jumped the rank from 300 to 24 in last one year...A small chat with Swastika and her father coach. Very inspiring for young sportsmen and parents. click here to view

Resignation spree at MSDTTA

Yogesh Desai & Amit Modi quit MSDTTA Popular Veteran Table Tennis player Yogesh Desai & Amit Modi the Jt. Hon Secretary and Hon Secretary of Mumbai Suburban District Table Tennis Association( MSDTTA) have resigned from the managing committee of MSDTTA. While Yogesh Desai

ITTF world Rankings Bharin open Table Tennis

Swastika Ghosh continued her medal winning streak in ITTF world Rankings Bharin open Table Tennis Championship at Manama Baharin- Swastika is the only Indian from Jr Group who has Bagged Bronze medal. She lost to Russia in Semi 1-4, Her Team ( Partnered With Mumbai girl Manusri Patil) won SILVER Medal For

RYP Invitation Sports League 2018-TT Finals Results

9/12/18-1st Final R.Rao beats GA Dhamankar- 11-3,11-5,11-3 Winner- R Rao-3-0, Umpire-Kamran ____________________________________________ 60+ Final, 9/11/18 Dinkar Kelarka beats Prakash Kelkar-11-9-11, 9-11, 13-9 Winner- Dinkar Kelarka _____________________________________________ Doubles B Final Prakash Dinkar beats Jayant/Percy- 11-1, 7-3. 6-11, 11-9, 7-11, 7-11 Umpire-R.Nikhil ____________________________________________ Doubles 40+ and 50+ Finals Pankaj R/Divyendu beat Sameer/Suhas- 11-8, 11-8, 9-11, 11-9 Winner-Pankaj/Divyendu, Umpire-Kammu ____________________________________________ 50+ Finals Nitin Toshniwal beats Sunil Babras- 11-4, 11-8, 11-6 Winner-Nitin