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

Table Tennis: Raegan Wins Silver in Egypt

Fourth seed Raegan Alburquerque failed to clear the final hurdle, going down fighting to China's Ding down fighting to China's Ding Shixian 8-11, 12-10, 11-13, 9-11, 11-13 in the Junior Boys final at the  Egypt Open in Sharm El Sheikh. The unseeded Chinese, making his maiden international appearance, conceded the second game

Table Tennis District Ranking Results’18 at MIG Club

Team Sportsnasha -Special thanks to Suhas Dandekar for accurately reporting.   Midget girls - Swara salgaonkar bt rehetkaur vijan 11-5,11-8,11-4 Midget boys -Merwyn Patel bt Ansh Karnavar 11-6,11-6,11-3 Cadet girls -Sana dsouza bt hardee patel 12-10, 11-6,5-11,12-10 Cadet boys - Tannay rao bt Vineet deepak 11-9,6-11,11-7,10-12,11-8 Sub Jr girls -Mukta Dalvi bt pearl Amalsadiwala 11-4,11-3,11-7,11-7 Sub Jr boy

Bronze for Ghosh in Hong Kong Open TT

  Young paddler Swastika Ghosh claimed a bronze medal in the junior girls doubles category along with Singapore's Jingyi Zhou at the Hang Seng Hong Kong Junior And Cadet Open. The pair defeated Taipei opponents Pei-Ling Su and Yu-Chin Tsai 3-1 in the round of 16 before overcoming the Chinese duo of Binyue Zhang and

Falcons clinch big win in CEAT UTT on the back of Sanil and Szocs

Sanil Shetty and Bernadette Szocs hogged the limelight in the CEAT Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) Powered by Kellogg's tie at the Thyagaraj Stadium on Sunday, giving defending champions Falcons TTC a big 15-6 victory over Empoweji Challengers. The 28-year-old Sanil lost his singles match 0-3 to France's Simon Gauzy but bounced back in


It looks like a one sided encounter ,by seeing score, but was well fought TT final, which was won by Mukesh Patel School of Technology (MPSTME) by beating Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology (RGIT) 3-1. Except for one match MPSTME ruled the final . Out of 4 matches only two