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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.

Watch: Hungarian Open table tennis tournament sees an unmissable rally

The ITTF World Tour Hungarian Open, which concluded on Sunday with China making a clean sweep of all the five titles at offer, had many intense yet super play moments.

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After historic 2018, Indian TT team's Olympic preparation hits 'coach' roadblock

India's finest player, Sharath Kamal, who recently won a record ninth national title, has already said that without a full-time coach, the team is losing momentum it gained last year.

Olympics 2020: Landmark 2018 fuels medal hopes for Indian table tennis

To put the achievement in perspective, it was the first time that India returned home with an Asian Games medal ever since table tennis was introduced in the mega event's program in 1958. The

Manav Thakkar settles for bronze in Belarus Open

Manav Thakkar, who had an impressive run in the tournament, lost to Russia's Denis Ivonin in the semifinals (2-3) to miss out on the gold.

Manav Vikash Thakkar assures bronze in Belarus Open

Manav Vikash Thakkar notched up a 3-0 (11-5 11-7 15-13) win over Russia's Lev Katsman in the U-21 men's singles quarterfinals.

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ITTF Austrian Open: Gnanasekaran Sathiyan beats World no. 17 and 16 on the trot

These are the biggest wins the Chennai-lad Gnanasekaran Sathiyan has picked up in a career that had been halted for three years due to an engineering degree.

G Sathiyan shocks world No. 17 to qualify for Austrian Open

G Sathiyan began his impressive run in the elite Platinum tournament, featuring 59 out of the world's top 60 players, by beating the recently-crowned Youth Olympic champion Wang Chuqin from China.

Meet Kajal Dey, Tripura's only table tennis coach without hands

Dey lost both his hands in political violence after Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated in 1991. Since then, he found his calling through playing table tennis and has encouraged many through his example.

Sports India comes to Manika Batra, table tennis squad's aid after being left stranded at IGI Airport

The Indian contingent of 10 members were left stranded at IGI Airport after being told the Air India flight to Melbourne was overbooked.

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