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Ultimate Table Tennis: Defending champs Dabang Smashers hang on to G Sathiyan

The only player to have been retained by a franchise, ahead of the player draft of Ultimate Table Tennis’ (UTT) third season was Gnanasekaran Sathiyan – by defending champions Dabang Smashers.

Ultimate Tennis League 2019: Chennai Lions pick Sharath Kamal; Kolkata go for Manika Batra

Top paddler Manika Batra was chosen by RP-SG Mavericks Kolkata, who also, in the end, opted for Sanil Shetty.

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G Sathiyan becomes first Indian to break into top-25 of ITTF rankings

India's G Sathiyan on Monday scaled new heights in his rapidly rising career by becoming the first Indian to break into the top-25 of world rankings.

ITTF World Championships: Indian challenge ends as G Sathiyan bows out

The Indian challenge at 2019 ITTF World Championships came to an end when G Sathiyan lost to Hugo Calderano of Brazil in men's singles round of 32 in Budapest on Wednesday.

Asian Cup Table Tennis: Gnanasekaran Sathiyan rises in Far East

Buoyed by career-best ranking and impressive outing in Yokohoma, Gnanasekaran Sathiyan sheds underdog tag.

Gnanasekaran Sathiyan gets a system upgrade

In his list of accomplishments, Sathiyan stands as only the second Indian man – after Sharath Kamal (whose best rank is 30) – to have won a tour event when he triumphed at the Belgian Open in 2016.

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G Sathiyan surpasses Sharath Kamal to become highest-ranked Indian at 28, Manika Batra breaks into top-50

G Sathiyan on Wednesday rose to a career-high 28 in the world rankings while compatriot Manika Batra became the first female from the country to break into the top-50.

G Sathiyan shocks world number 16 Marcos Freitas, moves to pre-quarters of Austrian Open

G Sathiyan knocked out world number 16 Marcos Freitas after a gripping battle to move to the pre-quarterfinals of the ITTF Austrian Open in Linz.

Manika Batra, G Sathiyan achieve career-best ranking

Manika Batra and G Sathiyan achieved their career-best world rankings in the latest chart released by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) on Sunday.

Aim is to break into top 10 in next two years, says G Sathiyan

"The aim is to crack the top 20 in the next one year and then in the next two years aim for top 10 and winning an Olympic medal," G Sathiyan said.

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