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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby sameerph » Fri Mar 04, 2016 10:41 am

Indian men and women are putting up a good show so far in the world team table tennis championships in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia .
Both of them are playing in second division which is for the places 25-48. Mens team have so far won all but 1 of the matches while women have won all.

These are their results –

Men
Group stage
INDIA d. VIETNAM 3-0
INDIA d. TURKEY 3-0
INDIA l. NIGERIA 0-3
INDIA d. SWITZERLAND 3-0
INDIA d. SLOVAK REPUBLIC 3-0
Finished second in the group behind Nigeria.

Knock out stage (for places 25-36)

INDIA d. HUNGARY 3-1
INDIA d. NIGERIA 3-1

Excellent win over Nigeria whom we lost to in the group stage to make it to the play off for 25-28 places where we will play Egypt in first round. A win in that match will take us to 25-26 play off which I think means promotion to division I in the next world championships.

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby sameerph » Fri Mar 04, 2016 10:50 am

These are women results -

Women -
Group stage -

INDIA d. COLOMBIA 3-0
INDIA d. PUERTO RICO 3-1
INDIA d. PORTUGAL 3-0
INDIA d. NIGERIA 3-0
INDIA d. CROATIA 3-0

So, finished with an all win record ( all the ties to except 1) to top the group.

Knock out stage -

India bye
INDIA d. PUERTO RICO 3-1

So, like mens our women are in 25-28 play off where they will meet Serbia in the first round. A win there should take them to the division 1 next time.

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby Akin44 » Fri Mar 04, 2016 3:24 pm

:bounce:

MEN'S TEAM
25-28place tie

INDIA 3-1 EGYPT

Indian men's team into the championship draw of next edition at Sweden


WOMEN'S TEAM
25-28 place tie

INDIA 3-2 SERBIA


Amazing come back from our women's team earned a good victory against higher ranked Serbia and they too earned a place in the championship draw of next edition!!!


Men's team will play BRAZIL and women's team will play LUXEMBOURG for the top spot of second division!!

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby sameerph » Fri Mar 04, 2016 4:11 pm

Wow. excellent work by both of our table tennis teams.

In men, Achnata Sharath Kamal won 2 matches to offset Soumyajeet Ghosh's loss against Egyptian no.1 .

In women, we came back from 0-2 down. After losses by our top 2 players, Manika Batra and Mouma Das in the first 2 matches, our no.3 Shamini Kumaresan won a crucial match and then Manika amd Mouma came back to win against same players whom the other players had lost in the first matches.

7 out of 8 wins for our men and 7 out of 7 for our women. That is very good even in division 2 and they deserve the promotion to division 1. :clap: :clap:

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby sameerph » Sat Mar 05, 2016 6:01 am

This is the report on the achievements of out TT team-

Sharath leads India back to Championship Division

The MVP of the day was undoubtedly World No 69 A Sharath Kamal, who won all four of his matches. Gone were the signs of the hamstring injury that felled him in May last year. In two pressure rubbers, Sharath thrashed No 37 Quadri Aruna of Nigeria 3-1 and followed it up by ousting No 33 Omas Assar of Egypt 3-0.
“Before the event began, Sharath told me that come what may, he would not relent till we made the championship division. After we won the tie against Egypt, he collapsed on the floor in tears. That’s how much it means to him! But team events are never one-man shows and both the men’s and women’s outfits have done exceedingly well,


Both men and women play their division 2 finals today.

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby sameerph » Sat Mar 05, 2016 7:51 am

Indian women team beats Luxembourg to win the to emerge as champion of second division. :D

[F] India d. Luxembourg 3-1

DAS Mouma d. KONSBRUCK Danielle 11-1 11-4 13-11
BATRA Manika d. GONDERINGER Tessy 11-6 11-2 9-11 13-11
KUMARESAN Shamini l. DE NUTTE Sarah 4-11 9-11 9-11
BATRA Manika d. KONSBRUCK Danielle 11-5 11-4 11-8

8 out of 8 wins for our womens team to make it a perfect record. :clap:

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby sameerph » Sat Mar 05, 2016 5:33 pm

And Indian mens team also topped the division 2 with a close win against Brazil despite missing Achanta Sharath Kamal due to injury.

[F] India d. Brazil 3-2

GHOSH Soumyajit l. CALDERANO Hugo 13-15 4-11 7-11
DESAI Harmeet d. MATSUMOTO Cazuo 11-3 8-11 8-11 8-11 11-8 11-9
ANTHONY Amalraj l. MONTEIRO Thiago 11-8 7-11 11-5 9-11 9-11
GHOSH Soumyajit d. MATSUMOTO Cazuo 11-6 14-12 11-9
DESAI Harmeet d. CALDERANO Hugo 4-11 11-5 15-13 11-6

Excellent performance by Harmeet Desai to get 2 wins in the tie.

Overall, 8 out of 9 wins for our men and they will be off to play division 1 in 2018. :clap:

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby suresh » Sat Mar 05, 2016 10:55 pm

Wow! Great results from both our men and women. Congratulations on making it to the next level. I wish more of our players played regularly on the European circuit like Sharath Kamal. That would increase our average level and help us stay in the top group.

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby VReddy » Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:38 pm

ITTF World Tour - Bulgaria Open : 24-28 Aug 2016
Live telecast / Match recordings : Live Broadcast & full-length match videos: http://www.ittf.com/ittv/

First round matches are slated for tomorrow

Womens Singles - 32 entries

[R1] BATRA Manika (127, IND) Vs AMANO Yu (141, JPN) : Table 2 -> 7.10 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] MUKHERJEE Ayhika (No Ranking, IND) Vs DOLGIKH Maria (76, RUS) : Table 5 -> 7.55 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] DAS Mouma (148, IND) Vs NOSKOVA Yana (89, RUS) : Table 2 -> 7.55 PM IST, 26/08

Both Mouma and Ayhika came through the qualifiers. Article on the ITTF site around Ayhika's upset win over #150 ranked Romanian in the qualifiers: http://new.ittf.com/2016/08/25/ayhika-m ... e-control/

Mens Singles - 64 entries

[R1] DESAI Harmeet (121, IND) Vs TODOROV Stefan (791, BUL) : Table 2 -> 4.10 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] KOTIYAN Ravindra (NR, IND) Vs PAIKOV Mikhail (105, RUS) : Table 4 -> 4.10 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan (170, IND) Vs ERIKSSON Anders (455, SWE) : Table 7 -> 4.55 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] GHOSH Arjun (NR, IND) Vs ISMAILOV Sadi (241, RUS) : Table 8 -> 4.55 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] THAKKAR Manav Vikash (451, IND) Vs RANEFUR Elias (203, SWE : Table 6 -> 5.40 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] ANTHONY Amalraj (176, IND) Vs WISUTMAYTHANGKOON Supanut (357, THA) : Table 7 -> 6.25 PM IST, 26/08

Mens Doubles - 16 entries

[R1] ANTHONY Amalraj IND / GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan IND Vs CHIRITA Cristian ^^ ROU / SIDORENKO Vladimir RUS : Table 7 -> 2.50 PM IST, 26/08

Womens Doubles - 16 entries

[R1] BATRA Manika IND / DAS Mouma IND Vs DIAZ Adriana PUR / DIAZ Melanie PUR : Table 4 -> 2.10 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] SAHASRABUDHE Pooja IND / TENNISON Reeth IND Vs LIN Chia-Chih TPE / WANG Yi-Ju TPE : Table 5 -> 2.10 PM IST, 26/08

U21 Mens Singles - 32 entries

[R1] GHOSH Arjun IND Vs SUN Chia-Hung TPE : Table 5 -> 12.10 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] THAKKAR Manav Vikash IND Vs SERDAROGLU David AUT : Table 7 -> 12.10 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] KOTIYAN Ravindra IND Vs KIZUKURI Yuto JPN : Table 8 -> 12.10 PM IST, 26/08

U21 Womens Singles - 32 entries

[R1] MUKHERJEE Ayhika IND Vs KATO Miyu JPN : Table 3 -> 12.50 PM IST, 26/08
[R1] BATRA Manika IND Vs LIN Po-Hsuan TPE : Table 2 -> 12.50 PM IST, 26/08

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby VReddy » Fri Aug 26, 2016 6:26 pm

Results from the day so far. Good upset by Vikash over #203 ranked player. Huge win by Amalraj over #77 ranked player! :bounce: :bounce:

Womens Singles

[R1] BATRA Manika (127, IND)d AMANO Yu (141, JPN) : 11-13 11-4 11-5 3-11 9-11 11-8 11-9
[R1] MUKHERJEE Ayhika (No Ranking, IND) l DOLGIKH Maria (76, RUS) : 11-8 12-14 8-11 7-11 11-13
[R1] DAS Mouma (148, IND) l NOSKOVA Yana (89, RUS) : 11-8 9-11 6-11 6-11 11-5 10-12

[R2] BATRA Manika (127, IND) Vs MORIZONO Misaki (44, JPN)

Mens Singles

[R1] DESAI Harmeet (121, IND) d TODOROV Stefan (791, BUL) : 11-5 11-6 11-6 11-2
[R1] KOTIYAN Ravindra (NR, IND) l PAIKOV Mikhail (105, RUS) : 6-11 3-11 1-11 8-11
[R1] GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan (170, IND) d ERIKSSON Anders (455, SWE) : 11-8 11-3 11-4 14-12
[R1] GHOSH Arjun (NR, IND) l ISMAILOV Sadi (241, RUS) : 2-11 3-11 11-13 11-9 6-11
[R1] THAKKAR Manav Vikash (451, IND) d RANEFUR Elias (203, SWE : 11-9 11-8 11-7 10-12 7-11 11-7
[R1] ANTHONY Amalraj (176, IND) d WISUTMAYTHANGKOON Supanut (357, THA) : 8-11 9-11 11-5 11-5 12-10 9-11 12-10


[R2] DESAI Harmeet (121, IND) d YANG Tzu-Yi (185, TPE) 11-9 11-8 11-4 6-11 11-9
[R2] GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan (170, IND)d LIAO Cheng-Ting (133, TPE) 6-11 11-6 11-4 4-11 11-9 11-2
[R2] THAKKAR Manav Vikash (451, IND) l SODERLUND Hampus (163, SWE) 6-11 7-11 5-11 10-12
[R2] ANTHONY Amalraj (176, IND) d TAKAKIWA Taku (77, JPN) 5-11 11-9 4-11 11-9 8-11 11-9 12-10


Mens Doubles

[R1]ANTHONY Amalraj IND / GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan IND d CHIRITA Cristian ROU / SIDORENKO Vladimir RUS : 11-1 11-9 5-11 11-4

[R2] ANTHONY Amalraj IND / GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan IND Vs CHERNOV Konstantin RUS / ISMAILOV Sadi RUS

Womens Doubles - 16 entries

[R1] BATRA Manika IND / DAS Mouma IND d DIAZ Adriana PUR / DIAZ Melanie PUR : 11-8 5-11 11-5 11-5
[R1] SAHASRABUDHE Pooja IND / TENNISON Reeth IND l LIN Chia-Chih TPE / WANG Yi-Ju TPE : 4-11 9-11 2-11

[R2] BATRA Manika IND / DAS Mouma IND Vs DOLGIKH Maria RUS / MIKHAILOVA Polina RUS

U21 Mens Singles - 32 entries

[R1] GHOSH Arjun IND l SUN Chia-Hung TPE : 2-11 8-11 11-8 4-11
[R1] THAKKAR Manav Vikash IND l SERDAROGLU David AUT : 8-11 8-11 7-11
[R1] KOTIYAN Ravindra IND d KIZUKURI Yuto JPN : 11-7 3-11 11-5 12-10

[R2] KOTIYAN Ravindra l SERDAROGLU David AUT : 6-11 7-11 6-11

U21 Womens Singles - 16 entries

[R1] MUKHERJEE Ayhika IND l KATO Miyu JPN : 10-12 7-11 5-11
[R1] BATRA Manika IND d LIN Po-Hsuan TPE : 5-11 7-11 11-9 11-9 11-5

[QF] BATRA Manika IND Vs MORI Sakura JPN

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby sameerph » Sat Aug 27, 2016 5:23 am

VReddy wrote:Huge win by Amalraj over #77 ranked player! :bounce: :bounce:



And he won against a Japanese who are good in table tennis.

Thanks for these table tennis updates, Vishnu. Keep it going.

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby jaydeep » Sat Aug 27, 2016 5:45 am

Vishnu impressive reporting stuff ... :)

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby VReddy » Sat Aug 27, 2016 6:49 pm

Thanks Sameer, Jaydeep. Actually thank you for the pointer last week around Indian player schedule, now I have most of them covered hopefully :p

Unfortunately, all the players lost today with no major upsets.

Womens singles

[R2] BATRA Manika (127, IND) l MORIZONO Misaki (44, JPN) 8-11,6-11,7-11,6-11

Mens Singles

[R3] DESAI Harmeet (121, IND) l PAIKOV Mikhail (105, RUS) 4-11,9-11,7-11,11-13
[R3] GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan (170, IND) d ISMAILOV Sadi (241, RUS) 8-11,14-16,11-5,11-7,11-5,11-9
[R3] ANTHONY Amalraj (176, IND) d LORENTZ Romain (167, FRA) 11-5 5-11 9-11 11-6 7-11 13-11 12-10

[QF] GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan (170, IND) l ROBINOT Quentin (104, FRA) 4-11 11-5 8-11 11-7 7-11 11-6 8-11
[QF] ANTHONY Amalraj (176, IND) l KIZUKURI Yuto (130, JPN) 13-15 11-6 9-11 16-14 6-11 8-11

Anthony was 5-2 up against the 16 yr old in the 5th set and then a combination of UFE and Yuto raising his game tilted it :damn:

Mens Doubles

[QF] ANTHONY Amalraj IND / GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan IND d CHERNOV Konstantin RUS / ISMAILOV Sadi RUS 11-4 9-11 4-11 11-2 11-7
[SF] ANTHONY Amalraj IND / GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan IND l LIAO Cheng-Ting TPE / SUN Chia-Hung TPE 12-10,5-11,11-5,9-11,10-12

Womens Doubles

[QF] BATRA Manika IND / DAS Mouma IND l DOLGIKH Maria RUS / MIKHAILOVA Polina RUS 11-13,11-8, 6-11, 6-11

U21 Womens Singles
[QF] BATRA Manika IND l MORI Sakura JPN 8-11 2-11 10-12

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby suresh » Sun Aug 28, 2016 6:46 am

Our top players need to play more on the professional circuit if they want to reach the top 100.

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Re: Indian Table Tennis Thread ...

Postby Sin Hombre » Sun Aug 28, 2016 4:03 pm

No one is going to sponsor them for multiple international tournaments if that is their ceiling. TT is not a lucrative sport.


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