World Table Tennis Championships LIVE - Indian campaign ends medalless - Updates, Results, Scores, Blog

Update: 2021-11-27 17:15 GMT
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2021-11-27 21:10 GMT

Indians struggling

Manika and Archana are struggling for rhythm as they go do 0-7 in no time.

2021-11-27 21:09 GMT

We are underway

The match is underway and the 58-year-old Ni Xialing takes the first point of the match for Luxembourg. 1-0 lead.

2021-11-27 21:06 GMT

Here they are!

Batra and Kamath have arrived on table number 2. A shot at creating history for the duo and they will receive first.

2021-11-27 20:51 GMT

Manika-Archana to be in action soon

The Indian women's doubles duo of Manika Batra and Archana Kamath is expected to be in action soon. There is a match ongoing on table number 2, following which the Indians will take the stage.

2021-11-27 18:38 GMT

Manika Batra-Archana Kamath - The sole standing Indians

From the nine Indians paddlers who travelled to Huston for the World Championships, only two - Manika Batra and Archana Kamath, remain in contention now, that too as a pair.

The duo will take on Luxembourg's 58-year-old Ni Xialian and Sarah De Nutte in their quarterfinal clash. The match is expected to be held tentatively around 2:10 am IST.

Stay tuned!  

2021-11-27 18:32 GMT


This is a classic case of so close yet so far for Batra and Gnanasekaran. While this ends the latter's journey in Huston after a splendid run in singles and mixed doubles, the former still has a shot at history via women's doubles section with Archana Kamath.

Return back with your head held high, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran. You have been spectacular over the past few days!

2021-11-27 18:29 GMT

Manika-Sathiyan KNOCKED OUT!

Manika Batra and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran has been knocked out of the Table Tennis World Championships Final 2021. They go down 5-11, 2-11, 11-7, 9-11 to Hayata and Harimoto of Japan.

2021-11-27 18:27 GMT


Third consecutive point for India and we have a deadlock at 9-9. This is turning out to be quite a contest!

2021-11-27 18:26 GMT

India bounces back

Sathiyan-Manika win two in a row and the deficit is down to one at 8-9. Can the Indians push this into a decider?

2021-11-27 18:24 GMT

This is slipping away now

The Indians were within a touching distance so far, but the Japanese have opened up a 3-point lead at 9-6 now. The podium is fast slipping away from Manika and Sathiyan.


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