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The biggest motivation for star Indian paddler Manika Batra is to win a medal in Paris Olympics 2024 in the mixed doubles category pairing with Gnansekaran Sathiyan. The current Mixed Doubles World Ranked fifth and are India's best bet in Table-Tennis in Paris Olympics.
In what will be a huge opportunity for the next generation of Indian Table Tennis, 15 Indian paddlers led by senior pro Harmeet Desai in men's singles and 13, led by world number 84 Archana Kamath in the women's singles, will look to grab one of the eight qualifying spots in each draw. As ma
The reigning women's Table Tennis national champion Sreeja Akula exudes confidence ahead of WTT Star Contender in Goa.
Indian table tennis legend Achanta Sharath Kamal along with Sathiyan Gnansekaran, Payas Jain & Wesley Do Rosario will lead the charge in the Men's Singles draw for India, while the Women's singles will see Manika Batra spearhead the Indian challenge with Sreeja Akula and Suhana Saini.
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The veteran Indian paddler came close to winning a medal in Tokyo Olympics but missed out losing a hard-fought battle against Ma Long of China in the third round.
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The event is being held from January 7 to January 13 in Doha
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Members of the Indian Olympics Association (IOA) attended the first meeting of the executive council and held deliberations on various matters leading to the Paris Olympics 2024.
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India's legendary athlete PT Usha was on Saturday elected unopposed as the first woman president of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA).
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Achanta Sharath Kamal complimented Manika Batra on becoming first Indian female paddler to win a medal at the Asian Cup.
Legendary athlete PT Usha has been elected as the President of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA). The star sprinter Usha is one of the greatest athletes to have ever come out of India and brags four gold medals and seven silvers at the Asian Games. She missed out on a podium finish in the
The CWG gold medallist will receive the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award, the country's highest sporting honour, from President Droupadi Murmu on November 30 at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here.
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Previously on Monday, it was revealed that Mary Kom, PV Sindhu and Commonwealth Games medalist Achanta Sharath Kamal were among the ten eminent sportspersons who will constitute the new 'Athletes Commission' of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA)