Tamil Nadu Table Tennis Association

(Affiliated to TTFI)         CIN:U92413TN2003NPL052120

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Tamil Nadu Table Tennis Association (TNTTA) is traditionally a well established association been producing talent for the last 4 decades continously. This is focussed with the intention to promote the Table Tennis with full commitment, and take it to length and breadth of the state.

To help table tennis players to achieve their maximum potential
- first of all athletically, but also educationally and as individuals.
- to involve children in table tennis as a sport, with emphasis on fitness and competitive skills
- To give the children, and also their parents, a positive feeling of social belonging to a sound, safe and
pleasant environment
- Also be an attractive alternative for adult players
- To be a better alternative because of better coaching, better competitions and better ability to look after the players

The Association will strive to operate its programs at the highest competitive levels while simultaneously providing players with stimulating programs and sound support services.

Through training and competitive activities, the Academy hopes to teach several values: An appreciation for the benefits of hard work, motivation, and perseverance in both winning and losing situations; a sense of group loyalty and the ability to work as a team; a feeling of pride in accomplishment through fair and honest means; an appreciation for cultural diversity, human development and learning; and a sense of good sportsmanship and a high level of personal integrity and ethical conduct. Through a strong set of competitions and national and international exchanges the association shall strive to provide the players with the opportunity to test themselves against, and learn from, the best in their sport. Association will strive to help the players in their personal environment besides the sport, and also work to bring positive recognition for their sport at local, regional and national level. 

Latest Tournaments Results

India Rules Tunis WTT Youth Contender 2021

India marks its presence strongly at WTT Youth Contender Tunis India’s future stars of table tennis exhibited their skills as they won eight of the 10 possible titles at WTT Youth Contender Tunis. Their collection of titles chase started as early as the second day of competition with Yashaswini Deepak Ghorpade and Hansini Mathan Rajan winning the Under-17 Girls’ Singles and Under-13 Girls’ Singles, respectively. Indian table tennis sensation Hansini Mathan Rajan, who powered her way to victory 3-0 (11-5, 11-8, 11-8) over compatriot Prisha Goel in the Under -13 category. The South paw Preyesh Suresh Raj never had a threat towards clinching the Under-15 Boys title. He downed Ankur Bhattacharjee in the final 3-1 (11-8, 15-13, 11-13, 11-9). In the Under-11 Boys, it was an Indian show again as Vishruth Ramakrishnan claimed the gold medal after accounting for local boy Amir Essid. The Tamil Nadu boy won 11-4, 11-3, 11-7. Other Important Results: U15 Girls' Singles - Finals Suhana SAINI beat Pritha Priya VARTIKAR 3-2 (11-3, 9-11,11-8,9-11,11-7) U17 Girls Singles - Finals Farida BADAWY lost to Yashaswini Deepak GHORPADE 0-3 (6-11,12-14,7-11) U17 Boys Singles - Semifinals Preyesh SURESH RAJ lost to Payas JAIN 0-3 (14-16,8-11,8-11) U19 Girls Singles - Finals Swastika GHOSH beat Yashaswini Deepak GHORPADE 3-2 ( 6-11,11-8,6-11,11-6,11-8)
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2021 ITTF-ATTU Asian Championships Doha

2021 ITTF-ATTU Asian Championships in Doha - Final Day Korea waited for 70 years, Japan waited for 47 years, India waited for 45 years, For what?? It is the first time since 1952 in Singapore that a player from the Korea has won the men’s singles title at an Asian Championships. It has taken almost 70 years! It was the first success in Mens doubles for Japan since Tetsuo Inoue and Mitsuru Kohno won in 1976 in Pyongyang. India waited for 45 years before winning a medal in the Team Event in the Asian Championships. Its Late than Never.... Lee Sangsu wins in Doha, a first ever for Korea Republic, won the men’s singles title at the 2021 ITTF-ATTU Asian Championships in Doha. In the finals, Lee Sangsu, beat Chinese Taipei’s Chuang Chih-Yuan, the no.4 seed, that went full distance 3-2 (12-10, 6-11, 6-11, 11-7, 11-8). After losing the opening game against Japan’s surprise semi-finalist, Shunsuke Togami, in each of the second and third games he trailed 7-10 before securing victory. (8-11, 13-11, 12-10, 11-6). In the other semi-final contest Chuang Chih-Yuan accounted for Jang Woojin, the top seed dismissed the possibility of an all-Korean final. Chuang Chih-Yuan won 3-1 (6-11, 14-12, 11-7, 11-9). Winner of the women’s singles title nine days earlier at the WTT Star Contender Doha tournament, Japan’s Hina Hayata repeated the feat. Hina Hayata beat Koreas SHIN Yubin 3-1 (7-11,11-4,11-8,11-4) At the semi-final stage, Hina Hayata was required to save one match point in the fifth game against Saki Shibata, the no.8 seed (11-7, 8-11, 11-9, 8-11, 12-10), Earlier, Shin Yubin had avenged her defeat in the women’s team final when losing to Minami Ando. Shin Yubin KOR beat Minami Ando JAP 3-1 (8-11, 11-9, 11-8, 11-7). Japan' Shinosuke Togami and Yukiya Uda emerged the men’s doubles champions; by beating Jang Woojin and Lim Jonghoon KOR (13-11, 11-8, 8-11, 11-9). Earlier in the morning session of play, both pairs had ousted Indian adversaries. Jang Woojin and Lim Jonghoon overcame Harmeet Desai and Manav Vikash Thakkar (12-10, 11-5, 11-6), Shunsuke Togami and Yukiya Uda ended the hopes of Sharath Kamal Achanta and Sathiyan Gnanasekeran (11-5, 11-9, 13-11). Important Results: Women's Singles Finals SHIN Yubin KOR lost to HAYATA Hina JAP 1-3 (11-7,4-11,8-11,4-11) Women's Doubles - Finals JEON Jihee /SHIN Yubin KOR beat DOO Hoi Kem HKG LEE Ho Ching HKG 3-1 (11-5, 7-11,11-3,11-4) Mixed Doubles Finals JANG Woojin/LIM Jonghoon Kor lost to UDA Yukiya/TOGAMI Shunsuke JAP 1-3 (11-13,8-11,11-8,9-11) Men's Doubles Finals JANG Woojin/LIM Jonghoon KOR lost to UDA Yukiya/TOGAMI Shunsuke JAP 1-3 (11-13,8-11,11-8,9-11) Men's Doubles Semifinals DESAI Harmeet/THAKKAR Manav Vikash lost to JANG Woojin/LIM Jonghoon KOR 2-3 (4-11,6-11,12-10,11-9,8-11) Semifinals ACHANTA Sharath Kamal/GNANASEKARAN Sathiyan lost to UDA Yukiya/TOGAMI Shunsuke JAP 0-3 (5-11,9-11,11-13) Pic Courtesy : ITTF

ITTF Asian Table Tennis Championships, 2019

ITTF Asian Table Tennis Championships India reached qtr finals and lost to Japan 1-3 . India started well as Sathiyan beat Tomokazu Harimoto 11-4, 11-7, 12-10 in the opener. However, it was not enough as it lost the next three encounters to Japan to lose 1-3 on overall score to settle for a fifth place finish. The Indian men’s team logged its best ever result at finishing fifth after beating Hong Kong 3-0 in the classification match. The Indian team also defeated Iran 3-0 to clinch the gold medal in the first division. In the classification match, India tried out a new opening with Sharath Kamal, managed to put it across Lam Siu Hang 9-11, 11-6, 7-11, 11-7, 11-7 to provide the lead. In the second tie, Anthony Amalraj beat NG Pak Nam 9-11, 11-4, 11-6, 11-7, while in the third singles, G. Sathiyan defeated Kwan Man Ho 11-5, 11-13, 11-7, 14-12. In the second and fourth games, Sathiyan won the last on his second match-point. He was the lone Indian who did not lose a single match in team event, having played all matches from 1st Division. In the final of the 1st Division, Sharath opened again for India and downed Amin Ahmadin 11-5, 9-11, 11-6, 11-6, while both Sathiyan and Amalraj were stretched fully. Sathiyan beat Air Hossein Hodaei 6-11, 11-4, 10-12, 11-7, 12-10 while Amalraj accounted for Noshad Alamiyan 18-16, 5-11, 11-9, 6-11, 11-9 to give India the gold. The Indian Pair Gnanasekaran Sathiyan/ Achanta Sharath Kamal had a great run till they met the eventual winner LIANG JINGKUN /LIN GAOYUAN in the qtr finals and lost 2-3 -6,10,-7,8,-7 in a close match. In the singles Sathiyan Gnansekharan reached Quarterfinals after 43 years and lost to the finalist LIN GAOYUAN CHN 1-3 7-11,5-11,11,-8,8-11.
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Oman Open 2020

Sharath Kamal produced a sensational performance to clinch the 2020 ITTF Challenger Plus Oman Open men’s singles title. The seasoned campaigner was down by a game but recovered well to outclass top seeded Marcos Freitas of Portugal 6-11, 11-8, 12-10, 11-9, 3-11, 17-15 in the final. Earlier in the semifinal, Sharath pulled off a stunning come-from-behind . The fourth-seeded Indian came back after being two games down to register a victory against Russia’s Kirill Skachkov11-13, 11-13, 13-11, 11-9, 13-11, 8-11, 11-7 win in a thrilling seven-set semifinal that lasted an hour and eight minutes. Freitas entered final with a 5-11, 11-9, 6-11, 6-11, 11-8, 13-11, 11-3 win over Harmeet Desai. World No. 26 Freitas fought back after being 3-1 down and went on to win the next three successive games to make his way into the final.
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